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Priyamani gets engaged to longtime boyfriend

By Vijay George
Last updated on: May 30, 2016 11:06 IST
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Priyamani got engaged to her longtime boyfriend Mustufa Raj in a private ceremony on May 27.

The 31-year-old actress, who has worked in Kannada, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam movies, took to Twitter to share the news with her fans.

'Happy to announce that Mustufa Raj and I got engaged on Friday the 27th at a close and private function at home,' she wrote along with a picture.

Priyamani and Mustufa reportedly met few years ago during an Indian Premiere League match in Bengaluru and have been dating ever since.

The Chaarulatha actress, who will next be seen in Yogaraj Bhat's romantic comedy, Dana Kayonu, is likely to get married by end of this year.

Text: PTI


First look poster of Kasaba unveiled


Mammootty unveiled the first look poster of his forthcoming film, Kasaba, directed by Nithin Renji Panicker.

Produced under the banner of Goodwill Entertainments, Kasaba has Sameer Haq as the cinematographer.

The colourful poster featuring Mammootty’s character inspector Rajan Zachariah, has become the talking point on the social media. It has received huge support and attracted the attention of a large number of trolls as well.

There are reports that Kasaba could hit the screens even before the superstar's other film White, which has been delayed allegedly due to financial issues.

Varalaxmi Sarathkumar plays the female lead in Kasaba.


Dulquer thanks Rajeev Ravi

Dulquer Salmaan

While Rajeev Ravi’s Kammatipaadam has received fairly good reviews, lead hero Dulqer Salmaan has  garnered a positive response for his performance in the film.

The talented actor took to social media to express his gratitude towards his director.

Dulquer posted a picture on Facebook and wrote: 'Clearly you can see the admiration on my face! One of our greatest talents ever. Rajeevetta thank you for Kammatipaadam! For giving me Krishnan. For everything I’ve learned.'

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