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Nuvvu Nenu strikes gold at Filmfare Awards

Nuvvu Nenu, the Telugu film, walked away with four trophies at the 49th Annual Filmfare Awards for South Indian films .

The film won the best film award, the best director (Teja), best actor (Uday Kiran) and best music director (R P Patnaik) award. The best actress award has been announced for Bhoomika for her performance in Khushi.

In the Tamil category Aanandam won the best film award.The best director award went to Cheran for his work in the film Pandavar Bhoomi, while Vikram bagged his second Filmfare award as best actor for his performance in Kasi.

Sunny vows to complete Jaani Dushman

Sunny Deol Director Rajkumar Kohli had a few date problems with Sunny Deol, who stars in his latest action film Jaani Dushman.

The release of the film was delayed as Sunny didn't have time to shoot his final scenes. However, the actor has vowed to give some spare dates as soon as possible in order to help the director out.

Kaante or Pricks

You'd never guess what Sanjay Gupta planned to call the international version of Kaante.

Pricks!

Thankfully better sense prevailed.

Compiled by: Vivek Fernandes
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