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Telugu movie release in South Africa: Shirdi Sai Baba

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Indianspice, Ganesha Communications & Serendipity Tours in association with Sri Sai Lakshmi Pictures are proud to announce the world premiere of the devotional Telugu movie “Shirdi Sai” based on the life story of the most revered saint Sri Shirdi Sai Baba and his valuable teachings to the world. At Ster Kinekor cinema's on September 14th, 2012

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Riaad Moosa and his Material

Material, the movie is excellent and gets the 5 out of 5 for keeping it real, keeping it Halaal, sorry no SNVL here. I urge you go get your copy at your nearest movie outlet, not Fordsburg. Do the right thing and buy original. If this movie doesn't feature on your personal collectors item of must have movies as a South African then shame on you!

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Kollywood: The 100 years of South Indian cinema

The year 1916 marked the birth of Tamil cinema with the first Madras production and South Indian film release Keechaka Vaadham (The Destruction of Keechaka), produced and directed by R. Nataraja, Telugu artists became active with the production of Bhisma Pratighna, a silent film, in 1921.

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Bollywood: Celebrating 100 years!

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In celebration of the 100 years of Bollywood, Indianspice will be hosting a series of events dedicated to Indian Cinema. When Amitabh Bachchan, Shatrughan Sinha or Jitendra kicked or boxed anybody, you could see that a sound of 'dhishum dhishum' was coming from the background. From 1913 till today, we have not only witnessed a progressive Bollywood but also an industry which has literally been adored, celebrated and loved worldwide. Happy 100 years of Bollywood!

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Yash Raj Films: Ishaqzaade

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Rising from the ashes of hoollganism and small town wars, comes a passionate love story ignited by hatred. A story of two people who were born to hate but destined to love. One kingdom. One throne. Two wild animals. One totally unpredictable and the other... ferocious! A battle... defeaned by the sounds of hate, revenge, bullets, and deceit.

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Kollywood with Kaalan: Edition 3

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Tamil-Telugu newcomer, Aadhi, has just landed a role of a life time. The 30 year old actor, whose 2007 Tamil debut, ‘Mirugam’ (Animal), was well received by critics and audiences alike, resulting in a Vijay Awards Nomination for Best Newcomer, is now basking in the light of one of India’s towers of cinema, Rajinikanth.

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Kollywood with Kaalan Edition 2

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3 to Durban: Its off-beat song ‘Why This Kolaveri Di’ attained paranormal phenomenon status when it became the music video of the year for 2011, taking-out the usual American contemporary vids.  Completing 50 million views, and counting, the Tamlish song, sung by the lead actor of its movie, ‘3’, saw a plethora of dances choreographed to it and remakes like the full Tamil version done by Malaysian-born UK Tamil vocalist, Nakkeeran, and a Milk Version done by the son of Sonu Niigaam, Nevaan. Now we get a chance to see the movie-version video of the hit song on big screen as ‘3’ comes to Durban.  Starring Dhanush, son-in-law of Rajini, and Shruti, daughter of Kamal Haasan, ‘3’ follows the relationship that exists between the two lead characters from days of school.  However, this isn’t a straight-forward love story, dealing with difficulties …

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Kollywood with Kaalan

Kollywood with Kaalan

Indianspice is proud to welcome Kaalan Semmai, our resident Kollywood movies, cinema and tamil related reviewer. For all the latest in Kollywood Indian cinema!

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