Shreyas Talpade is an Indian actor who appears in Marathi and Hindi films. Talpade was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra on 27 January 1976, he attended Shree Ram Welfare Society High School in Andheri-West. And he attended Mithibai College in Vile Parle, he is married to a psychiatrist. Shreyas met his wife Deepti, she was the general secretary. His aunts Jayshree T. and Meena T. are former Bollywood actresses. Talpade began his acting career appearing in Marathi soap operas and doing stage shows across Maharashtra, he appeared in the Zee TV soap opera Woh in which he was the main lead. He has acted in mini-serials for the production "Adhikari Brothers", his role, in a popular Marathi serial Damini, as the character Tejas was popular among Marathi audiences. Fame arrived after he made his Bollywood debut in Nagesh Kukunoor's Iqbal, written by Vipul K Rawal in which he played the role of a deaf & mute youngster aspiring to be a cricketer; the film and his performance were well received by both critics. His next film was Kukunoor's Dor in which he played the comic role of a behroopiya, a man with many disguises.
This film was well received by critics. In 2006, he starred in the comedy, Apna Sapna Money Money and in 2007, he starred in Farah Khan's blockbuster movie, Om Shanti Om, with Shah Rukh Khan, where he played the role of Pappu Master. In 2008, he was seen in Bombay To Bangkok, he produced a Marathi film, Sanai Chaughade, released the same year. His most recent movies are Shyam Benegal's Welcome to Sajjanpur, along with Golmaal Returns and Sangeeth Sivan's horror flick, Click. Shreyas was seen in the horror film, Help. Shreyas next appeared in the movie Will You Marry Me? which released in 2012. Shreyas has produced a Marathi film, titled Poshter Boyz, under his home production banner, Affluence Movies; the movie which released on 1 August 2014 was launched by Bollywood veteran Subhash Ghai. The film is directed by the music for it is composed by Lesle Lewis; the Marathi film Poshter Boyz was remade in Hindi as Poster Boys and Shreyas made his directorial debut with this film which released on 8 September 2017.
The film stars Shreyas himself along with Bobby Deol. Marathi serialsAabhalmaya as a Nishant. Damini as Tejas. Avantika as Abhishek Jhagirdaar. Bedhund Manachi Lehar Gubbare Amanat as Bala's husband / beggar Woh as Ashutosh Tumcha Amcha Same Asta HINDI serialsPartners Trouble Ho Gayi Double The Great Indian Laughter Challenge My Name Ijj Lakhan in SAB TV 2005: Nominated Filmfare Best Male Debut Award for Iqbal 2006: Won Zee Cine Critics Award - Best Actor for Iqbal 2007: Won Star Screen Award Best Comedian for Dor 2008: Won Stardust Breakthrough Performance Award for Om Shanti Om 2008: Nominated Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for Om Shanti Om In a series of sting operations carried out by Cobrapost code-named Operation Karaoke, Shreyas Talpade has been named as one of many celebrities who can be seen agreeing to promote the agenda of parties on social media platforms in exchange for money, on camera. Shreyas Talpade on IMDb Shreyas Talpade at Total BollywoodShreyas Talpade on Instagram
Shutter (2008 film)
Shutter is a 2008 American supernatural horror film directed by Masayuki Ochiai and starring Joshua Jackson, Rachael Taylor, Megumi Okina. The film is a remake of the 2004 Thai horror film of the same name and was released on March 21, 2008. Despite a negative reaction, the film was a box office success grossing nearly 6 times its budget. Ben Shaw and his new bride, leave New York City for Tokyo, where Ben has a job as a photographer. While travelling by car in the wilderness of the countryside, Jane accidentally hits a girl standing in the middle of the road and ends up running over her, they decide to leave, thinking the victim was uninjured and had left. They start to find mysterious lights in their photos, which are identified as spirit photography by Ben's assistant, Seiko Nakamura. Jane begins to have eerie dreams and visions which seem like they are trying to tell her something, senses a presence stalking them. Ben begins experiencing severe shoulder pain and his friends begin to comment on how he looks bent and hunched over, but the doctor finds no source of injury.
Seiko takes Jane to her ex-boyfriend, whose career is to investigate and publish paranormal activities, he tells them that the lights in the photos are spirits as well as manifestations of intense emotions that are trying to be communicated. At a subway station, Jane spots the ghostly presence of the girl she hit and ran over, causing her to believe that she killed the girl. Ben has a similarly-terrifying encounter, they go to a medium, Murase, to find out more about the spiritual activity, happening to them. Murase takes the photos and begins to speak emotionally, but Ben refuses to translate what Murase says and storms out, claiming that he is a fraud. Ben's friends and Bruno, are killed by Megumi. After witnessing Bruno's death, Ben wants to leave but Jane hands Ben their wedding photo, which shows a distorted picture of Megumi, they realize she has been with them the entire time and go to Megumi's home, only to find her decayed body. She had committed suicide with potassium cyanide long before the car impact and thus they had first encountered her as a ghost at that time.
That night, Ben is tortured by Megumi. Jane screams at Megumi to leave them alone. After Megumi's funeral and Jane return to New York, thinking it's all over. However, Jane finds some recent photos in an envelope. With Megumi's clues, Jane uploads the memory card into the laptop. There, Jane sees photos taken by Ben, showing Adam and Bruno raping Megumi at her home before her suicide, while Ben does nothing but watch them doing the deed. Ben returns home, where he tries to explain to a distraught Jane that he felt it was the only way to drive Megumi away, they had planned on using the pictures as blackmail against Megumi if she didn't leave him alone but it turned into rape. He absolves himself of blame; this explains why Megumi murdered Adam and Bruno, why she has been haunting Ben. Believing that Megumi was trying to warn her, disgusted by Ben's past actions, Jane concludes that she can't spend her life with someone like Ben so she leaves him. Ben tries to stop her. Driven mad by Megumi, Ben throws the camera across the room.
It takes a picture of him. Remembering his shoulder pains and the hospital where a nurse weighed Ben and it showed the weight of two people, Ben realizes that Megumi has been with him all along since her suicide without his knowledge. Horrified, in a desperate attempt to rid himself of her, he electrocutes himself, he is rendered catatonic and sent to a mental institution, where he is shown sitting slumped over on the edge of his bed. The last scene shows Megumi still draped over his back. Joshua Jackson as Benjamin "Ben" Shaw Rachael Taylor as Jane Shaw Megumi Okina as Megumi Tanaka John Hensley as Adam David Denman as Bruno James Kyson Lee as Ritsuo Daisy Betts as Natasha Maya Hazen as Seiko Nakamura Yoshiko Miyazaki as Akiko Kei Yamamoto as Murase The film received negative reviews from critics; the review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported that 6% of critics gave the film positive reviews based on 62 reviews. Metacritic reported the film had an average score of 37 based on 12 reviews; the film was released March 21, 2008 in the United States and Canada and grossed $10,447,559 in 2,753 theaters in its opening weekend, ranking #3 at the box office behind Horton Hears a Who!'s second weekend and Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns.
As of June 26, 2008, it has grossed a total of $47,879,410 worldwide – $25,928,550 in the United States and Canada and $21,950,860 in other territories. The film's $8 million budget and its $48 million worldwide grossing has secured the film as an lucrative success; this film followed the Thai remake Shutter, a flop, preceded the Hindi remake CLICK, a Bollywood box-office disaster. Shutter was released on DVD and Blu-ray on July 15, 2008; the Unrated Edition runs 5 minutes longer and includes commentary, deleted scenes, an alternate ending. List of ghost films "Welcome to Tokyo" – 1:55 "We Hit a Girl!" – 2:58 "TGK" – 1:37 "Making Love" – 2:40 "Alone in Tokyo" – 0:59 "The Spirit Room" – 2:27 "The Argument" – 3:05 "Fly in the Eye" – 2:31 "Visiting Murase" – 2:27 "Jane Visits TGK" – 4:29 "The Truth" – 1:54 "I Saw Megumi" – 1:56 "Driving to Megumi's" – 3:18 "Rest in Peace" – 2:35 "Flip Book" – 3:21 "The Whole Truth" – 2:39 "Psych Ward" – 1:02 "Good to Me" – 3:23Co
Haricharan Seshadri known and credited as Haricharan, is an Indian Carnatic vocalist, playback singer, musician who predominantly works in Tamil and Telugu languages and Kannada language Haricharan comes from music family from Palakkad, Kerala. His grandfather P. S. Ganapathy was an organiser of mic-less Carnatic concerts in the 60s under the name "Aalapanaa", his grandmother Smt. Alamelu Ganapathy is a national awardee in Mathematics, has been in academia for more than 35 years, his father G. Seshadri is a'B' grade artist through AIR, a bank employee, his mother Latha, a librarian in P. S. Senior Secondary School. Haricharan started learning Carnatic music at an early age of seven under Smt. Sethu Mahadevan, from stalwarts like K. V. Narayanaswamy, T. M. Prabhavathi and P. S. Narayanaswamy, he recorded his first Tamil film song for the film Kaadhal, in Joshua Sridhar's music when he was 17, went on to record three songs in his debut movie. His song "Unakkena Iruppen" was nominated for the National Film Awards in 2005 which became popular.
Since he has recorded several hit numbers for various music directors across the south, predominantly in Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam languages. He became more famous after his more recent song, "Thuli Thuli". Haricharan is one of the most used singers in Yuvan Shankar Raja's music, he has sung Rotaract Change Anthem for RI Dist 3230. In 2012, Haricharan sang alongside Rajinikanth for the song "Maattram Ondrudhaan Maradhadhu" from soundtrack of Kochadaiiyaan, composed by A. R. Rahman and released in 2014. Filmfare Awards South2015 - Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer – Malayalam - Banglore DaysIIFA Utsavam2016 -IIFA Utsavam Award for Best Playback Singer - Male - Telugu - Baahubali 2016 - IIFA Utsavam Award for Best Playback Singer - Male - Tamil - Baahubali 2017- IIFA Utsavam Award for Best Playback Singer - Male - Telugu -Krishnagadi Veera premagadhaAsianet Film Awards2015-Best Playback singer - Banglore Days Haricharan on IMDb Twitter FacebookDiscographiesRaaga.com Thiraipaadal.com Haricharan on Devaragam Haricharan on Saavn
Shweta Mohan is an Indian playback singer. She has received four Filmfare Awards South for Best Female Playback Singer, one Kerala State Film Awards and one Tamil Nadu State Film Awards, she has recorded songs for film music and albums in all the four South Indian languages namely, Tamil, Kannada along with the Hindi language and has established herself as a leading playback singer of South Indian cinema. Some of her inspirations are Sujatha Mohan, Alka Yagnik and K. S. Chitra Shweta Mohan was born into a Malayali family in Tamil Nadu, she is the daughter of famous Playback singer Sujatha Mohan. She did her schooling at Chennai, she married her long-time boyfriend Ashwin Shashi on 16 January 2011. Shweta Mohan and Ashwin welcomed a baby girl on 1 December 2017. Shweta has sung for some of the most celebrated music directors in India like Ilayaraja, A. R. Rahman, Vidyasagar,M M Keeravani, M. Jayachandran, Sharreth, Deepak Dev, Harris Jayaraj, Yuvan Shankar Raja, V. Harikrishna, G. V. Prakash, Mani Sharma, Kannan, N. R. Raghunanthan, Manikanth Kadri, Devi Sri Prasad and Anirudh Ravichander.
She is learning Carnatic classical music from Smt. Binni Krishnakumar and Hindustani classical music from Sri. Ghulam Niyaz Khan. 2010 – Best Female Playback Singer – "Maavin Chotile" 2011 – Best Female Playback Singer – "Amma Thalle" 2011 – Vijay Music Award for Best Female Playback Singer – "Nee Koorinaal" 2012 - International Tamil Film Awards Best Female Singer Jury Award 2014: Best Female Playback Singer - Tamil - Kaaviya Thalaivan 2007:Doordarshan's Yuva award "Kolakuzhal vili keatto raadhe" Nivedhyam 2007:Sunfeast Isai Aruvi Award 2007. Film Critics Award for Best Female Playback Singer 2011:Big Tamil Melody Awards for Best Melody Female Playback Singer - "Nee Koorinaal" 2012:Award for Most Airplays in BIG FM for - "Nee partha vizhigal" 2014, and she sung male duets With K. J. Yesudas, P Jayachandran, MG Sreekumar, Vijay Yesudas, Madhu Balakrishnan, Vineeth Sreenivasan, Vidhu Prathap, Najim Arshad like etc... and female duets with Sayanora Philip, Binni Krishnakumar and Aparna Menon.
Shweta has sung many hit songs in Kollywood. Under many music director's like Ilayaraja, A R Rahman, Harris Jayaraj, S. Thaman, Yuvan Shankar Raja, Karthik Raja, D Imman, G. V Prakash, Joshua Sridhar, Mani Sarma,Anirudh Ravichander, Santhosh Narayanan, Dharan Kumar, Srikanth Deva, Sean Roldan, Sirpy, N. R. Raghunanthan, Bharadwaj like etc.. And she sung duets with S P Balasubrahmanyam, Shweta Mohan on IMDb
Cinema of the United States
The cinema of the United States metonymously referred to as Hollywood, has had a large effect on the film industry in general since the early 20th century. The dominant style of American cinema is classical Hollywood cinema, which developed from 1917 to 1960 and characterizes most films made there to this day. While Frenchmen Auguste and Louis Lumière are credited with the birth of modern cinema, American cinema soon came to be a dominant force in the industry as it emerged, it produces the total largest number of films of any single-language national cinema, with more than 700 English-language films released on average every year. While the national cinemas of the United Kingdom, Canada and New Zealand produce films in the same language, they are not considered part of the Hollywood system. Hollywood has been considered a transnational cinema. Classical Hollywood produced multiple language versions of some titles in Spanish or French. Contemporary Hollywood offshores production to Canada and New Zealand.
Hollywood is considered the oldest film industry where earliest film studios and production companies emerged, it is the birthplace of various genres of cinema—among them comedy, action, the musical, horror, science fiction, the war epic—having set an example for other national film industries. In 1878, Eadweard Muybridge demonstrated the power of photography to capture motion. In 1894, the world's first commercial motion-picture exhibition was given in New York City, using Thomas Edison's kinetoscope; the United States produced the world's first sync-sound musical film, The Jazz Singer, in 1927, was at the forefront of sound-film development in the following decades. Since the early 20th century, the US film industry has been based in and around the 30 Mile Zone in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. Director D. W. Griffith was central to the development of a film grammar. Orson Welles's Citizen Kane is cited in critics' polls as the greatest film of all time; the major film studios of Hollywood are the primary source of the most commercially successful and most ticket selling movies in the world, such as The Birth of a Nation, Gone with the Wind, The Sound of Music, The Godfather, Star Wars, E.
T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Jurassic Park and Avatar. Moreover, many of Hollywood's highest-grossing movies have generated more box-office revenue and ticket sales outside the United States than films made elsewhere. Today, American film studios collectively generate several hundred movies every year, making the United States one of the most prolific producers of films in the world and a leading pioneer in motion picture engineering and technology; the first recorded instance of photographs capturing and reproducing motion was a series of photographs of a running horse by Eadweard Muybridge, which he took in Palo Alto, California using a set of still cameras placed in a row. Muybridge's accomplishment led inventors everywhere to attempt to make similar devices. In the United States, Thomas Edison was among the first to produce such a device, the kinetoscope; the history of cinema in the United States can trace its roots to the East Coast where, at one time, Fort Lee, New Jersey was the motion-picture capital of America.
The industry got its start at the end of the 19th century with the construction of Thomas Edison's "Black Maria", the first motion-picture studio in West Orange, New Jersey. The cities and towns on the Hudson River and Hudson Palisades offered land at costs less than New York City across the river and benefited as a result of the phenomenal growth of the film industry at the turn of the 20th century; the industry began attracting both capital and an innovative workforce, when the Kalem Company began using Fort Lee in 1907 as a location for filming in the area, other filmmakers followed. In 1909, a forerunner of Universal Studios, the Champion Film Company, built the first studio. Others followed and either built new studios or who leased facilities in Fort Lee. In the 1910s and 1920s, film companies such as the Independent Moving Pictures Company, Peerless Studios, The Solax Company, Éclair Studios, Goldwyn Picture Corporation, American Méliès, World Film Company, Biograph Studios, Fox Film Corporation, Pathé Frères, Metro Pictures Corporation, Victor Film Company, Selznick Pictures Corporation were all making pictures in Fort Lee.
Such notables as Mary Pickford got their start at Biograph Studios. In New York, the Kaufman Astoria Studios in Queens, was built during the silent film era, was used by the Marx Brothers and W. C. Fields; the Edison Studios were located in the Bronx. Chelsea, Manhattan was frequently used. Picture City, Florida was a planned site for a movie picture production center in the 1920s, but due to the 1928 Okeechobee hurricane, the idea collapsed and Picture City returned to its original name of Hobe Sound. Other major centers of film production included Chicago, Texas and Cuba; the film patents wars of the early 20th century led to the spread of film companies across the US Many worked with equipment for which they did not own the rights and thus filming in New York could be dangerous. By 1912, most major film companies had set up production facilities in Southern California near or in Los Angeles because of the region's favorable year-round weather. In early 1910, director D. W. Griffith was sent by the Biograph Company to the west coast with his acting troupe, consisting of actors Blanche Sweet, Lillian Gish, Mary Pickford, Lionel Barrymore and others.
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Ananda Everingham is a Thai film actor. Working in Thai films, he is best known for his lead role in the 2004 horror film, Shutter. Ananda Matthew Everingham is the son of a Lao mother, Keo Sirisomphone and Australian father, Bangkok-based photojournalist John Everingham, his parents' story was loosely dramatised in the 1983 NBC television movie, Love Is Forever, starring Michael Landon and Laura Gemser, which tells of a photojournalist who scuba dives under the Mekong River to rescue his lover from communist ruled Laos in 1977. It was this movie that in 1983 led to the senior Everingham mentoring Cork Graham, soon imprisoned for 11 months in Vietnam for trespassing while looking for treasure buried by Captain Kidd, his parents divorced in 1997. John remarried a Chinese woman. Ananda has Chester Jay Everingham and Zenith Lee Everingham. Ananda was born in Thailand, he is interested in photography and he is a naturist. He attended Bangkok Patana School, he visited Brisbane, Australia on school holidays.
He received some schooling there while living with his grandparents Joan Victoria and George Matthew Everingham. At age 14, while working part-time in his family's Indian restaurant, Himali Cha Cha, he was discovered by Mingkwan Sangsuwan of GMM Grammy, Thailand's largest entertainment company, he soon started acting in films. At age 16, in 1998, he debuted in Anda kub Fahsai, he switched from Bangkok Patana School to a tutoring school where he would follow flexible courses and times while filming. Aside from Shutter, Ananda has starred in the horror-comedy, Ghost Delivery and the teen-slasher movie, 303 Fear Faith Revenge. In 2005, he starred in The Leap Years. In 2007, he played the lead roles in the romantic dramas Me... Myself, Bangkok Time, he had featured roles in the Singaporean film Pleasure Factory, in Pen-ek Ratanaruang's Ploy. He was cast in the 2008 film by Queen of Langkasuka. On 5 June 2008, his movie Sabaidee Luang Prabang, the first Lao commercial film shot since it adopted communism in 1975, was released in Thailand.
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Click (2010 film)
Click is a 2010 Hindi horror film directed by Sangeeth Sivan. The film is a remake of 2004 Thai horror film Shutter. Avi is an ace photographer, in a live-in relationship with Sonia, a model. One night while returning from a party, the couple accidentally knocks down a young girl with their speeding car; as Sonia was driving the car, to avoid further complications, Avi insists on them fleeing from the accident scene. But trouble starts for the couple soon after. While strange white marks begin to appear in Avi's photos, Sonia starts having spooky experiences. Avi develops a severe neck pain and though he does not appear to be overweight, a scale reveals that he weighs 120 kilograms. Avi, starts having experiences similar to Sonia's; the couple is petrified. It comes to light that the spirit haunting them all has a connection to Avi's college life. Meanwhile, Sonia finds out; as Avi and Sonia are still being haunted by Aarti they go and visit her, but realize that Aarti is dead, having committed suicide by using a knife.
Aarti's mother believes that she is still alive, thinking that she is ill and will recover. On the way home Aarti continues to haunt Avi and Sonia, again during the night at the hotel she haunts him as Avi is sleeping, ending up with him being thrown off the fire escape. Avi is in the hospital and Sonia tells him that Aarti will be cremated, they visit her funeral before returning to their home town. Sonia finds some photos of Aarti; as she follows the pattern indicated by Aarti, Sonia discovers that Avi's best friends are raping Aarti. When Sonia talks to Avi about this dark secret, he tells her that he only wanted Aarti to understand his feelings, but that when his best friends tried to talk to her, Aarti hurt Avi's friend Tarun, who became angry and with his friends raped her. Avi claims that when he entered the room he was shocked at the scene and tried to help her, but that Tarun said that Avi had asked them to rape her as a way of avoiding jail, accused Avi of planning to do this to her and having one of Avi's friends taking the pictures.
Avi tells Sonia that the reason he kept the photos was to remind him that he failed to protect Aarti and say he is the guilty one. But Sonia wishes him that Aarti may forgive him. On Avi attempts to kill himself in the same way his best friends did, but as a Polaroid camera clicks towards him, he sees Aarti sitting on his shoulders. Avi is thrown through the window, ends up in hospital, where it is revealed that the reason why she was sitting on his shoulders was that Aarti had still loved Avi; as Sonia makes another photograph of Avi, she speaks to Aarti, asserting that one day she will let go as the reflection in the mirror shows Aarti still leaning on Avi's back. Shreyas Talpade as Avi Sadha as Sonia Sneha Ullal as Aarti Kaushik Rehan Khan Chunky Pandey as Manu Sharma Jyoti Dogra Avtar Gill as Ali bhai Riya Sen... Special Appearance Shishir Sharma as Aarti's father Kavitta Verma The Music Was Composed By Shamir Tandon and Released by T-Series. All Lyrics were penned by Shabbir Ahmed; the film was a box office flop.
The film was dubbed and released in Tamil as Monica House during January 2016. Official website Click on IMDb