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Manju Warrier to make a comeback?

Last updated on: April 19, 2013 10:11 IST

Manju Warrier to make a comeback?

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Vijay G in Kochi

Will Manju Warrier ever make a comeback as an actor? The media and social networking sites are busy discussing this very question.

Regarded by many as the finest actress of Malayalam cinema, Manju decided to quit films after her marriage to actor Dileep.

He is still not keen to give the nod for her comeback, but Manju was back in the limelight when she recently did some dance shows.

Quite recently there were rumours that she will be Fahadh Faasil's heroine in Sathyan Anthikkad's forthcoming film, but the director has denied this.  

So the debate continues – will Manju Warrier make a comeback or not?

Image: Manju Warrier


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It's official, Aashiq Abu loves Rima Kallingal

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When the news about his hush-hush marriage to actress Rima Kallingal came out last week, director Aashiq Abu was quick to dismiss it as rumour. But now, he has clarified his stance in his Facebook page.

'The hoax about my marriage with Rima was quite entertaining but false. We love each other and will definitely let the world know when we go for a wedlock,' wrote the director.

The two reportedly fell in love during the shooting of Aashiq's 22 Female Kottayam, which testified to Rima's acting credentials. Their romance has been a well-known secret in the film industry for quite long.



Image: Aashiq Abu, Rima Kallingal and Fahad Fasil


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Sister Jesme writes about Saint Dracula

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After the controversy over the poster and the YouTube videos, Rupesh Paul's Saint Dracula 3D is once again in the news. The author of the controversial book Amen, Sister Jesme, has written an article about the movie.

According to the makers of the movie, "Sister Jesme's latest article 'Focalisational shift in the narration of Dracula myth', clearly assess the movie by pointing out the entry of Dracula into the convent and portrayal of the bishop as a gluttonous creature, a taboo. Visibly showing her grief on using the chalice of blood by the vampires, she states that usage of the term 'Saint' for such an erotic theme was found to be provocative by believers of the Christian faith and advises them not to be swayed in their faith by such artistic creations.

"Despite her negative remarks about the movie, she compliments the artistic approach and writes that the 'film strongly criticises the blemishes of church practices'."

 



Image: A scene from Saint Dracula


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