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Lyrix in Pix: Namma Singaari Sarakku

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Kamal at Balachander’s come-back play

One event that received very little press coverage was Kamal witnessing his mentor K Balachander’s return to stage-plays. Kamal watched Pournami along with Gautami.

Behindwoods and SivajiTV published a few photographs.

[With inputs from Ananth]

[Picture courtesy: BehindWoods]

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Lyrix in Pix: Sandiyare Sandiyare

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Lyrix in Pix: Alwarpettai

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Lyrix in Pix: Theerthakkaraiyinilae

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More on Slumdog Millionaire and Oscars

Even before Rahman created history at the Oscars, Kamal had sent his congratulations on Slumdog Millionaire. But after the big night, news channels and sites jostled for opinions and Kamal was one of their favourites. Here’s a (much-delayed) round-up from the various media outlets.

For Kamal’s complete thoughts on the occasion, watch Kamal say it all on IndiaGlitz. Kamal makes fun of himself, rubbishing titles like “Oscar naayagan” (Oscar hero).

Kamal also participated in a discussion on CNN-IBN. Below are couple of videos from Times Now and Zoom.

Kamal praised Rahman’s hard work and commitment, while looking forward to working with him in the near future (The Hindu, Screen). Check out other coverage from Economic Times, Thatstamil, Behindwoods, ChennaiVision.com, ApunKaChoice.com, Dinathanthi and Dinakaran.

[With inputs from Ananth]

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Lyrix in Pix: Ninaivoa Oru Paravai

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Chennai International Screenwriting Workshop!

Kamal has kept his word on organizing a screenwriting workshop in South India, and in style! Rajkamal Films International will sponsor the Chennai International Screenwriting Workshop which will be held, in association with IIT-Madras, from 29 May to 3 June.

Applications for the event will be accepted till May 5. So, if you didn’t hear about this till now, you have the weekend to make it in time. For more details, refer to the official Web-sites (1 | 2).

In addition to some writers from the North, the workshop will also feature noted French screenwriter Jean Claude Carriere (more about him in a separate post) via video-conference.

This news was widely featured in various media, including The Hindu (one of the co-sponsors), Rediff.com, Behindwoods, IndiaGlitz, ChennaiOnline, KollywoodToday.com, Yahoo, Dinathanthi and Maalai Malar.

One of the organizers happens to be an active member of the Kamal Haasan Orkut community!

[With inputs from Ananth]

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