December 14, 2012

Neethane En Ponvasantham online Tamil Movie Review

Produced by Photon Kathaas and RS Infotainment, directed by Gautham Vasudev Menon, Neethane En Ponvasantham is a love story (or as the director cleverly puts it across – moments from Varun-Nithya’s love story). With excellent acting, fantastic music, pleasing-on-the-eye cinematography, Neethane En Ponvasantham is a great case study of sum being lesser than the parts. The film starts off when Varun joins college and he meets Nithya in the college culturals. They share a history of love-hate relationship. First, they meet when they were kids and then when they were in school. Sparks fly when they meet duing college and they are together for the next four years. The film tries to capture some interesting moments in their lives. Unfortunately, only some of the moments are engaging.

November 29, 2012

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Featuring : Adharvaa, Dhansika, Vedhika, Uma Riyaz Khan
Production : B Studios
Starring : Adharvaa, Dhansika, Vedhika, Uma Riyaz Khan
Director : Bala
Lyrics : Vairamuthu

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November 13, 2012

Movie Review: Jab Tak Hai Jaan

As the last offering by Yashji, here we salute you Mr Chopra for churning out such a brilliant masterpiece. JTHJ is a must watch, with a lots of 'luv shuv' elements and intensity in it. On the whole, you cannot afford to miss out this one.

Cast:Shah Rukh Khan, Katrina Kaif, Anushka Sharma 
Director: Yash Chopra 

Tiding over the logical incongruity of an ageing superstar playing a twenty-something lover boy who matches steps with a vivacious actress half his age might take some doing. But once you manage to get that mental holdup out the way, Jab Tak Hai Jaan, Yash Chopra’s last film, is a perfectly fitting finale to an eventful life and career. 

The screenplay by Aditya Chopra and Devika Bhagat is by no means flawless but, for the most part,Jab Tak Hai Jaan is watchable, if somewhat emotionally manipulative. 

Beautifully shot in easy-on-the-eye parts of London and Ladakh, the film, in the best traditions of a Yash Chopra romance, sees the world primarily through a tried-and-tested “love is life” aperture. The view that it provides is generally likable, if not always completely persuasive. 

The mushy moments at the heart of the love story might feel a tad pulpy at times. ButJab Tak Hai Jaan leaves a soothing afterglow.

You have seen it all before, notably in Dil To Pagal Hai and Veer-Zaara. Yet, Jab Tak Hai Jaanexudes a surprising degree of freshness. It stems from the quirky new-age twists that the screenplay throws into the mix.

One half of the film is a variation on the legend of Mirabai – the heroine, a prim and propah London girl, is caught between her unshakable faith in Jesus Christ (who she believes will never let her down) and her temporal love for a charming street musician who sweeps her off her feet and tempts her to “cross the line”. 

A substantial part of the second half presents another face of Eve in the form of a gutsy Delhi girl who is proud to belong to the “instant make out, instant break-up” generation.

The feel-good romantic ménage a trois plays out in two divergent settings ten years apart. The plot twists are simple and often rather facile, especially when the film hurtles towards its rather predictable denouement.

That apart, Jab Tak Hai Jaan resorts to old-school tropes like road accidents, a head injury, a protracted case of retrograde amnesia and a neurologist who recommends some playacting to help the victim regain normalcy.

But when it comes to emotional layering, which was always Yash Chopra’s forte as a storyteller, the director is in complete control. The film has enough simple moments of tenderness to offset the several not-so convincing heavy-handed twists. 

The opening sequence – set in present-day Leh – introduces the audience to Major Samar Anand of the Indian army’s bomb disposal squad at work at work. He knows no fear. He defuses IEDs without donning a bomb suit. He is known as “the man who cannot die”. 

Through the pages of his diary, the film cuts to London and goes back in time. Samar Anand is a struggling Indian immigrant. He makes a living by strumming a guitar and singing folksy Punjabi numbers at tourist spots and doing odd jobs as a snow-cleaner outside a church, a sales boy in a fish market and a waiter in a restaurant. 

He falls in love with Meera Thapar (Katrina Kaif), daughter of a wealthy NRI businessman (Anupam Kher). Circumstances contrive to keep them apart although they develop the deepest feelings for each other. 

A heartbroken Samar leaves for India and joins the army. In Kashmir valley, the musician-turned-soldier meets another pretty girl Akira Rai (Anushka Sharma), an aspiring documentary filmmaker on an assignment to record the bomb expert and his team at work. 

But the London lass still haunts Samar and he is caught between the woman who inspired his music and the bubbly young girl who livens up things around the brooding loner. 

Akira confesses to being “totally, completely, madly” in love with Samar, but the latter spurns her advances. 

Though the focus of Jab Tak Hai Jaan is on the male protagonist, the two women in his life aren’t mere mannequins. They are full-on Yash Chopra heroines, blessed with both grace and intelligence, besides the ability to speak their minds and hold on to their beliefs.

Therefore, despite the lovey-dovey nothingness that drives the plot, Jab Tak Hai Jaan has more substance than most romantic films that come out of Bollywood.

Shahrukh oozes charm and chutzpah and ensures the character remains in the realms of believability. 

Katrina plays the grounded Meera with assurance. In the moments when she is egged on by Samar to let her hair down – especially in the sequence with the underground dancers – the actress lets herself go and makes an impression. 

But it is to Anushka Sharma that Jab Tak Hai Jaan really belongs. Turning in an infectiously energetic performance, she breathes life into the somewhat flaccid second half. 

Surprisingly, one aspect of Jab Tak Hai Jaan that isn’t quite up to scratch is the musical score. The AR Rahman-Gulzar combo that never fails to yield a cracker isn’t quite in its elements here. 

The love ditties sound nice while they play on the screen, but they do not stay with you after the hurly-burly is done.

Watch Jab Tak Hai Jaan not just for the obvious sentimental reason but for the fact that it shows, for one last time, what Bollywood will miss now that the undisputed master of romantic sagas is no more.

Son Of Sardar movie review

Keep off to protect your Diwali 
You may get depressed to find your action hero of Singham fame Ajay Devgan talking foolish without much sense. Son of Sardar doe not smack of ill-humour, it is stupidity out and out.

Son of Sardar is an attempt at comedy but ends up as tragedy for the audience at least. The film is laboured and effort to evoke laughter is so artificial that one feels like crying instead.

Not that it has not impressive cast—Ajay Devgan, Sanjay Dutt, Sonakshi Sinha and Juhi Chawala to name a few. Each of them has also tried to do well. But they had little chance as the script was hardly enabling.

If your effort to crack a joke fails, everybody knows what happens. The film is precisely that. The main protagonist Ajay Devgan comes back form UK to sold a piece of land in Phagwara of Punjab.

But he lands in a trouble as a family is waiting for him to settle old scores. The revenge of a family murder committed by the father of Jassi (Ajay Devgan) is to be taken. The family which offers him recluse is the one which wants to murder him.

But this family has a ludicrous tradition of not killing a guest till he is in the confines of its house. It leads to subsequent dramas, each beating the other in stupidity and mindlessness.

Sanjay Dutt who had given sparkling performance in Munna Bhai looks so stupid attempting to look innocent that one’s heart goes out to him. So is Sonakshi Sinha who has befriended Jassi on way from Delhi in train but discovered that her family is after his life.

It is indeed tough to make a successful laughter show as your creativity is stretched to its limit. The attempt at Son of Sardar is at best feeble. The combined effort of some of the bollywood finest actors has failed to deliver. Want to protect your Dipawali, keep off Son of Sardar.

Ajay Devgn’s typical masala entertainer defies logic, but doesn’t fail to tickle your funny bone 

If mindless entertainment is what you are seeking this Diwali then Ashwni Dhir’s Son Of Sardaar-starring Ajay Devgn, Sanjay Dutt and Sonakshi Sinha-is the perfect pick. So keep both your snobbish taste and your common sense aside to enjoy this extremely predictable, over-the-top filmy and sporadically entertaining drama. What makes Son Of Sardaar worth a watch is the simplicity of its narration, its inherently nonsense humour and its quirky characters who know where todraw the line. Add to this the much-needed tadka of some larger-than-life action sequences coupled with fine camera work and snappy editing and the movie holds your attention, even if it does so in parts. 

So you have Jassi Randhawa a happy-go-lucky young Sardaar (Ajay Devgn) who has no idea whatsoever about his family’s action-filled murky past and the legendary feud between his family, Randhawas and the archrivals Sandhus. It is only when his colleague discloses certain secrets that Jassi learns about his family and about his ancestral property at his native place in Punjab. He decides to go the village. On his journey, Jassi bumps into Sukh ( Sonakshi Sinha) and both fall in love with each other, but neither confesses their true feelings. Once landed in his Village, Jassi realises that Sukh belongs to the Sandhus’ family headed by the mighty Ranvijay Singh ( Sanjay Dutt). Things become worse when both Jassi and Ranvijay know that they are enemies because of that infamous bloody saga that took place 25 years ago. 

Ranvijay is now thirsty for Jassi’s blood,but can’t kill him so long as Jassi remains his guest. (Atithi Devo Bhav, you see!) Even Jassi knows that the moment he steps out of Ranvijay’s house he will be chopped into pieces by his otherwise warm, welcoming and large-hearted host. If one tries every trick in the book to stay inside the house, the other uses every possible strategy to drive the young Sardaar out. Son Of Sardaar is the tale ofwho outwits the other and how. Will Jassi win Ranvijay over with his values, his might and his honesty to marry the mundi ( Sonakshi) from the house, and most importantly to escape from the almost certain clutches of death. 

It’s a no brainer to guess what conclusion can one expect of this typical churn-off-the-mill-looking entertainer. But Son Of Sardaar has its moments mainly because of the characters involved who give their best to make this ordinary tale look impressive. Ajay Devgn portrays the vulnerable and ready to fight-if-instigated Sardaar really well. Sanjay Dutt’s comic timing and his personality stay with you even hours after you leave the theatre. Sonakshi Sinha is impressive and looks an authentic Panjabi mundi. A special mention here for Juhi Chawla, Mukul Dev and Vindu Dara Singh who hold your attentionwith their antics. Sajid Wajid’s music is melodious, but far from impressive. 

Over all, Son Of Sardaar revels gleefully in its silliness.Watch it, if you will, for the comicalsketches of its characters, some gravity-defying-fights and most importantly for its genuine intention to entertain!

Diwali Box Office : Jab Tak Hai Jaan & Son of Sardaar [ 13 Nov 2012 ]

In Cinemas Today : Jab Tak Hai Jaan & Son of Sardaar [ 13 Nov 2012 ].13 November 2012 :: Diwali Box Office : Jab Tak Hai Jaan & Son of Sardaar [ 13 Nov 2012 ]
Jab Tak Hai Jaan
In Cinemas Today : Jab Tak Hai Jaan & Son of Sardaar [ 13 Nov 2012 ].Jab Tak Hai Jaan is a 2012 Indian romance film directed by Yash Chopra and written and produced by Aditya Chopra under their production banner Yash Raj Films. The film features Shahrukh Khan, Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma in lead roles, making it the first film to pair Khan and Kaif and the second collaboration between Khan and Sharma after Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi. It was Yash Chopra’s fourth film to feature Shahrukh Khan in the lead role, the former returning as a director after eight years post Veer-Zaara which released in 2004. Jab Tak Hai Jaan is Yash Chopra’s last directorial venture before his death on 21 October 2012, just three weeks before the release of the film.
Directed by Yash Chopra
Produced by Aditya Chopra
Screenplay by Aditya Chopra, Devika Bhagat
Story by Aditya Chopra
Starring Shahrukh Khan, Katrina Kaif, Anushka Sharma
Music by A.R. Rahman
Cinematography Anil Mehta
Editing by Namrata Rao
Distributed by Yash Raj Films.

Son of Sardaar
In Cinemas Today : Jab Tak Hai Jaan & Son of Sardaar [ 13 Nov 2012 ]Son of Sardaar, also known by the abbreviated form SOS, is an upcoming Bollywood romance drama film directed by Ashwni Dhir. The film is a remake of Telugu movie Maryada Ramanna directed by S. S. Rajamouli, which in itself is a remake of the 1923 American silent movie Our Hospitality starring Buster Keaton and Natalie Talmadge. The film features Ajay Devgn, Juhi Chawla, Sanjay Dutt and Sonakshi Sinha in lead roles. Cinematographer Aseem Bajaj is handling the camera once again for Dhir. Himesh Reshammiya was roped in to compose the music along with lyricist Sameer Anjaan.
Directed by Ashwni Dhir
Produced by Ajay Devgn, N.R.Pachisia, Pravin Talreja
Screenplay by Robin Bhatt
Based on Maryada Ramanna by S. S. Rajamouli
Starring Ajay Devgn, Sonakshi Sinha, Sanjay Dutt, Juhi Chawla, Mukul Dev, Vindu Dara Singh
Music by Himesh Reshammiya
Studio Ajay Devgn Ffilms, YRV Infra Media
Distributed by Viacom 18 Motion Pictures, Eros International

Thuppakki review by cinema lead | THUPPAKI REVIEW | Thuppakki movie review

Vijay, Kajal Agarwal, Jayaram, Vidyut Jamwal, Sathyan
A.R. Murugadoss
Harris Jayaraj
Kalaipuli S Dhanu

Thuppakki marks the joining together of AR Murugadoss, Ilayathalapathy Vijay and world class cinematographer Santhosh Sivan.  Does the film rise up to the expectation?

 Jagadish is an army man who comes on a vacation to his hometown in Mumbai. His parents’ efforts to get him married did not succeed. However, he develops an attraction towards the proposed girl at a later stage only to be rejected by her. Do they join or not make for the romantic portion of the film.

 On the other hand, the hero happens to come across a bus blast and gets to keep his hands on the perpetrator of the crime. However, he was sure that the criminal is not the head man and that he is only a sleeper cell. He wants to catch hold of the lead man. How intelligently he moves ahead and makes Mumbai free of terrorists’ sleeper cells forms the crux of the story.

Vijay is a pleasure to watch.  After a loud performance in Velayudham and a subtle performance in Nanban, the actor stands out in the role of an army man, where one has to use one’s intelligence and muscle power equally. He is fit as a fiddle and his beefed up look in the army man attire is mention worthy. Vijay as usual delights the audience with his dancing skills, though at times you feel that the director has gone for an overkill of the same. Vijay’s costumes have also gone for a makeover like his character in the film for the good. Vidyut Jamwal as the villain has scope for performance and he has given a convincing performance.

 Like any other AR Murugadoss film, the love angle in the film has a fresh appeal. Kajal Aggarwal has done justice to her role. Sathyan as the sub-inspector has nothing major to do but is good and adds some lighter moments to the other wise action based script. Jayaram as the army officer too has done a good job.

Santhosh Sivan’s camera does not need any introduction. The film has been extensively shot in Mumbai and the city unfolds before you in all its busy charm. Harris Jayaraj’s songs are good and the songs have been picturized in the most beautiful manner. However, the placement and number of songs do not go well for the film’s pace and length. One feels it should have been a respite if at least two songs had been removed from the film. Though good, the BGM gives out a heard-before feel. Sreekar Prasad’s editing is good and excels in action scenes.

The film is engaging and racy and has a mention-worthy climax. As mentioned in the end card, the director has made the film as an ode to the Indian Army.

Verdict :  This fully loaded gun is a sure shot hit!

Podaa Podi Movie Online – Review

Simbu, Varalakshmi Sarathkumar’s Podaa Podi’s release date is 13th Nov and RECAPTURE is providing viewers, Movie review of STR’s Podaa Podi.

Simbu is back with his romantic-musical entertainer Poda Podi. Crew of Podaa Podi has story, screenplay and direction by debutant Vignesh Sivan, music by Dharan, cinematography by Duncan Telford and editing by Anthony. Casting STR and Varalakshmi, Podaa Podi has acquired clean U censor certificate with no cuts and we provide Poda Podi film review in few minutes.

Gemini Film Circuit produced Poda Podi and its GFC vs. GFC at box-office today [Nov 13] with Thuppakki release. Podaa Podi Songs, trailers, teasers released prior are highly laudable. However, viewers have to wait to know if debutant actress Varalakshmi, daughter of Sarathkumar and newbie Vignesh Sivan have proved their mettle, evidencing they have come to Kollywood to stay here. All these questions will be answered in a while with Simbu’s Poda Podi film review.

Stick to RECAPTURE for the Simbu, Varalakshmi starred Podaa Podi review rolling down in no time lag.

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Note: This review is by die hard Vijay fans

Vijay’s much expected Thuppakki movie has released world wide today in more than 1500 screens. The movie has already started getting very good reviews and it very racy & entertaining. Here we present you the Thuppakki Movie Review.
Thuppakki Movie Review

Here are the list of reasons why you should watch Thuppakki

  • Vijay’s screen presence and totally stunning body languages though he underplayed a lot
  • A.r.m’s fast screen play with clear story line
  • Picture perfect sonthosh sivan and harris’s BGM
  • Climax- a salute to indian army
  • Other technical brillances
  • Villain Vidut

Kajal makes a decent attempt as a boxer but less scope for her in second half as story moves away.
expected more from sathyan but did what story is required.
one song in the 2nd half have could have been avoided but it is a must to satisfy every one.
Jjeyeram and Vijay’s family in the movie justifies A.R.M’s selection.

Special Note:

for ordinary fans- watch it twice for its technical brilliance and clear story line
Vijay fans- you will get more than you expect

Thuppakki Movie Verdict: A fast and pacy action entertainer made for everyone. A mass movie made in a classic way. Thuppakki is a must watch fo all of you.

Thuppakki Movie Rating: ★★★★☆ out of ★★★★★ [4/5]

Source: from srilanka, fdfs-eros

Diwali 2012 celebrates with high spirits and grand performances

In the bustle of girls in beautifully colored, traditional, Indian clothing, shawls waving behind them as they walked and embellishments jingling as they moved, and men in their finest Sherwani running to and from the stage, it was difficult to not be visually stimulated. The air was sweet with incense and the smell of Indian food. The powerful drums bumping in the background showcased the efforts taken to produce a celebration for Diwali 2012.
The Indian Festival of Lights was held in the Glenn Miller Ballroom on Saturday, recognizing the holiday that celebrates good over evil. Put on by the Indian Student Association (ISA), the festival fell on the lunar day of the new moon, signifying the beginning of the Hindu New Year. Over a five day period, the festival is commemorated through various events, like setting off firecrackers to ward off negative energy and spirits.
Dancers perform as part of the act “90′s & Today” during the Diwali celebration Saturday. (James Bradbury/CU Independent)
As the crowd settled into the ballroom, the show began with a prayer sung by a student member of the ISA. This was the only time the crowd remained quiet, as the rest of the night’s performances had audience members riled up, clapping along to the rhythms, cheering and calling out at favorite parts in the show.
“I enjoyed the dance, the music, but the atmosphere as a whole is what I enjoyed the most,” said freshman Khaled Aldhafiri, an exchange student from Saudi Arabia.
After a multitude dance numbers from different regions, like Garba, 90’s and current music mashups and Bhangra, the event’s energy went down a notch. This was due to a performance of Raga through a combination of Tabla drums, Sitar and, in this particular performance, a piano. The audience rooted for the performance and encouraged the cheerful tunes to keep playing with cheers and claps.
The significance of the performances was not lost on even the freshest newcomers to Diwali celebrations.
“There was a lot of energy and excitement,”  said sophomore Mitch May. “I’d never even heard of Diwali before this, and now I wonder what other cultural events I’m missing out on.”
A fashion show that displayed a darker tone to the Indian traditional clothing through a multitude of black garments with unique accents of gold. Later, a band rocked out to Indian ballads as the whole audience sang along.
“Indians always have something interesting to offer, and I heard this one was well-prepared for, so I had to give it a try,” Aldhafiri said. “I’m glad I did.”
The enormous spread of traditional Indian food was served after the closing performances, which included the national anthems of the United States and India. DJ Ashish B., who has been called the No. 1 Indian DJ in North America, played until midnight, carrying out the celebration with good music, food and company.

Diwali 2012 Special TV Programs Schedule Star Vijay Tamil

Diwali 2012 Special TV Programs Schedule Star Vijay Tamil:

The Diwali 2012 festival is to be celebrated on 13th November 2012, Tuesday which is called as the festival of lights celebrated in India.
For the 2012 Diwali festival celebration special programs will be telecast on all Tamil TV Channels with New Songs, New Movies, Celebrities meeting, special reality shows and Pattimandram.
Here we had listed the special programs to be telecast in Star Vijay TV for this Diwali 2012 festival.
Star Vijay TV Diwali 2012 Special Programs List:
12:00 AM – Ungal Neram
12:30 AM – Gold Times In Peaceful Life
1:00 AM – Deivega Maruthuvar
1:30 AM – Dharmayudham
2:00 AM – Saravanan Meenatchi
3:00 AM – Uravugal Thodar Kadhai
3:30 AM – 7 Aum Vaguppu C Pirivu
4:00 AM – Vijay Talkies
4:30 AM – Mettukkal Pudusu
5:00 AM – Nadaswaram Diwali 2012
5:30 AM – Arul Urai Diwali 2012
6:00 AM – Naragasura Vadam
6:20 AM – Sangamam Diwali 2012
6:40 AM – Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Brahamotsavam 2012
7:00 AM – Putham Pudhu Paadal Diwali 2012
7:30 AM – Sivakumarin Nerukku Nerr
9:00 AM – Ilayathalapathiyin Thupakki Diwali 2012
11:00 AM – Vettai (Tamil)
4:00 PM – Thangamagan Vijay
4:30 PM – Annai Illathil Kumki Diwali 2012
5:00 PM – Karthi Alx Pandian
5:30 PM – Oscar Nayagan
6:00 PM – Nanban (Tamil)
11:00 PM – Karthi Alx Pandian
11:30 PM – Annai Illathil Kumki Diwali 2012

Thuppakki Movie Review

Thuppakki (English: Gun) is an upcoming Tamil action thriller film written and directed by A. R. Murugadoss. The film will feature Vijay and Kajal Aggarwal, in the lead roles along with Vidyut Jamwal, Jayaram, Sathyan, Gautham Kurup and Akshara Gowda in supporting roles. The film is produced by S. Thanu and features background score and soundtrack composed by Harris Jayaraj with cinematography handled by Santhosh Sivan, who with Thuppakki will introduce the Arri Alexa camera to Indian cinema. 

The story of the film revolves around a youngster from a Mumbai-based Tamil family. The happy-go-lucky man's life undergoes a sudden turn. The decisions he takes after that is the rest of the story. Said by the director A.R.Murugadoss. The film, which commenced production in December 2011 in Mumbai, is slated coinciding with Diwali festival on 13 November 2012. Thuppakkiis among the most anticipated films to be released in the year 2012.

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Thuppakki started firing | Thuppakki first show started

Thuppakki starring Vijay and Kajal Agarwal is releasing worldwide tomorrow, on November 13 in a grand scale. The premier of AR Murugadoss’s Thuppakki has started just now in Sri Lanka.

Sri Lanka has backed the chance of screening world's first premiere for Thuppakki and the film has started a few minutes ago, the festive season has already started and going on.. Gemini Film Circuit producing Thuppakki is suffering with a release issue in AGS centers, due to a burning issue between both parties ever since the release of Maatran.

While all the multiplexes in and around Chennai planned to release Thuppakki from the Morning show at 12 noon tomorrow. Santosh Sivan ASC has cranked the camera while Harris Jayraj has composed the music and background scores and A. Sreekar Prasad has handled the editing for Thuppakki among the technical crew.

Stick to RECAPTURE for the review of Thuppakki tamil movie rolling in few hours…

Top celebrity Diwali moments

Actors from B-town share their favourite Diwali memories with us: Aditi Rao Hydari
“I don’t burn firecrackers. At the age of 10, I stopped doing that. I start my celebrations by making sure my house is neat and clean. I make sure everything looks pretty and sparkly.Then I light a lot of diyas and make the rangoli myself. I love flowers, so I use them to decorate the house. Diwali is a time for well-being and happiness. When we were growing up in Delhi, two of my best friends and I pooled together all our firecrackers and burst them on the terrace. We had a great time. And because we weren’t allowed to watch movies otherwise, at night we would invariably sit and watch Mr India (1987). That was also the only time we were allowed to stay up late.”

Diwali Deals: Top 10 Android tablets that will make a great Diwali gift

Samsung Galaxy Tab 750: Samsung Galaxy Tab 750 runs on Android Honeycomb OS. It is a 3G tablet smartphone and it supports hi-speed internet. This tablet is equipped with 10.1-inch TFT display with 1280 x 800 (WXGA) pixel resolution. It sports 3-megapixel-rear and 2-megapixel front camera. 
Price: Rs. 33,999. 

HTC Flyer: HTC Flyer is a 7-inch tablet with Android 2.4 OS. It is powered with 1.5GHz processor and 1GB RAM. The tablet has 32GB internal storage which is expandable with the microSD expansion slot. It has 5-megapixel-rear and 1.3-megapixel front camera. It supports 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS. 
Price: Rs. 36,900.  

Top 15 Diwali SMS Messages Diwali Quotes Happy Diwali 2012 to Everyone

Top 15 Diwali SMS Messages Diwali Quotes Happy Diwali to Everyone

Diwali also known as Dipawali or Deepavali is an important festival and official holiday in India. Diwali is popularly known as the festival of lights.

Diwali is not the festival of Crackers but people use the crackers destroying the real meaning of Diwali.

Below are the top 15 Diwali Messages

1. Troubles as light as Air, Love as deep as the Ocean, Friends as Solid as Diamonds, Success as bright as Gold…These are the wishes for you and your family on the eve of Diwali. Happy Diwali 2012

2. Deep Jalty jagmagate rahin,Deep Jalte jagmagate rahin,Hum aapko Aap hame yaad aate rahin,Jab tak zindagi hai, dua hai hamari‘Aap Chand ki tarah agmagate rahin…’Happy Diwali

3. Na dimag se Na zuban se Na paigam se Na message se Na gift se Appko happy diwali
Direct dil se

4. With my 1 heart 2 eyes 7 liter blood 206 bones 4.5 million red cells 60 trillion DNA"S... All wishing you a very very HAPPY DIWALI!

5. This is to formally announce that I have started accepting Diwali gifts in ROKDA & CHEQUES. Avoid last day rush. Send now! HAPPY DIWALI

6. Har dam khushiya ho sath, Kabhi daman na ho Khali Hum sab Ke taraf se, Wish you Happy Diwali.

7. Aapke life mein mithaas ho “Cadbury” jaise Rounak ho “Asian Paints” jaise Mehak ho “Axe” jaise Tazgi ho “Colgate” jaise Aur tension-free rahe “Huggies” jaise! “Happy Diwali”

8. Makki ki Roti, Nimbu ka Aachar, Suraj Ki Kirne, Khushiyo ki Bahar, Chand Ki Chandi, Apno ka Pyar, Mubarak Ho Aapko, DIWALI ka Tyohar

9. May the glow of the diyas light your path, Towards progress and continued success. Happy Diwali.

10. The most precious gift don't come Wrapped in bright packages,They are the people who enrich your lives, For me it's you Happy Diwali.

11. It Is Time To Feel Good, Time 4 Reunion, Time 2 Share Happiness, Time To Feel Being Loved, Time 2 Show Ur Love, Time 2 Live For Others And Time To Wish For Peace. HAPPY DIWALI.

12. Sun Glows For A Day, Candle For An Hour, Matchstick For A Minute, But A Wish Can Glow Days Forever, So Here Is My Wish For Glowing DIWALI, Glowing Life!! Happy Diwali

13. Searched Many Gardens To Select A Flower To Give U As My Diwali Gift. But, I Didn't Find Any Flower Beautiful Than Ur Smile. *Happy Diwali

14. Tum Bhool Kar DeKho Hume Ek Tanhai Tumhe Har Pal SataYegi, Jab Bhi Sochoge Kisi Ke Bare Me, Yaad Humari Khud Hi Aa Jayegi happy diwali

15. May the your neighbors stop using crackers I hope you will stop using crackers and give the peace to neighbors and everyone Happy Diwali