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Thursday, March 29, 2012

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Surya Film Awards 2012


Repeating the trends of other popular awards of the year, Blessy's 'Pranayam', Superstar Mohanlal and Kavya were named the best movie, actor and actress in the year's edition of Surya film Award -2012. The awards jointly instituted by Surya T V and Kerala Film Producers Association were announced yesterday by the jury chairman K R Mohanan, and the members of producers association, Sasi Ayyanchira, Milan Jaleel, and Rejaputhra Renjith.

'Pranayam' once again brought another best actor trophy for Mohanlal while Kavya got the award for her role in 'Bhakthajanangalude Shraddhakku'. While Renjith was named the best director for his 'Indian Rupee', Anoop Menon and Ramya Nambeeshan were selected as the second best in acting.

The popular awards for best film, best actor and actress went to Urumi', Prithviraj and Shwetha Menon respectively while Aashiq Abu is the popular director. Blessy, M Jayachandran, Jomon T. John, Manjari, Unni Menon, Murugan Kaattakada, Master Govardhan, Rahul Pillai and Anumol will receive the other awards in various sections. The awards will be given away in a colourful function organised at Kochy on the 15th of April.


Mollywood shifts focus on sports


Athletics will soon get an onscreen boost. As the London Olympics approaches, Mollywood is also gearing up to embrace athletics with Shanker Ramakrishnan-Rajesh Pillai duo's Gold.

The female-centric film tells the story of Kerala's young female athletes who represent the country at national events, says scribe Shanker. "More than the sport itself, it's about the dynamics of the people involved in it. It tells the background story of how they are found, trained and taken to the centre-stage to achieve global fame," he says, adding that it celebrates the victory of human will.

Ko fame Karthika will star in the film that also has Parvathi Menon playing one of the lead roles. The flick, inspired by Kerala's celebrated athletes, features a stellar supporting cast including Prithviraj, Fahad Fazil, Anoop Menon and Kunchacko Boban.

The buzz is that the film will also have several scenes shot at a prominent international sports event.

After Shah Rukh Khan played hockey coach in B'wood's Chak De, director V K Prakash plans a sport-based film in Mollywood.

Although the National Award-winning director's Beautiful was a box office hit, his latest release, Karmayogi, was not well-received by the Malayali audience. Now, he is trying his luck with a new sports-based theme.

"Mammootty will play a volleyball coach," says the director. "Sport is a theme that I haven't attempted on screen before. So it's going to be a new experience for me," he says.

While the director is yet to decide on the title, the film's script has been written by Y V Rajesh. "Mammootty was quite impressed with the script and so he immediately agreed to be a part of the project. The shoot for the film will begin by August this year," says a source.


SOURCE: http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-03-21/news-interviews/31215393_1_mollywood-young-female-athletes-athletics