18.03.2015 Jyotika receives red carpet welcome on Twitter and Facebook It’s almost seven years after the grand success of ‘Mozhi’ and ‘Pacchaikili Muthucharam’ that Jyotika had waved ‘Goodbye’ to her showbiz with marriage. She had spent enough time with her family members and with her kids almost turning 4 and 5 years age, she steps back into film industry now. Cinema News From Tamilomovie.com Click Here To Watch Special News and Events The actress makes her comeback with ’36 Vayadhinilae’, a remake of super hit Malayalam movie ‘How old are you?’ that starred Manju Warrier in lead role. Coincidentally, the film marked the comeback of Manju Warrier in Malayalam f...19.04.2015 Ramesh Sippy's Sholay releases in Pakistan after 40 years of release in India At one cineplex, where "Sholay" is being screened, the owners have erected huge cut outs of Gabbar Singh, Jai and Veeru in a village like environment and film goers can get photographed with their favourite characters. Cult Bollywood classic "Sholay", starring megastar Amitabh Bachchan and Dharmendra, hit theatres in Pakistan for the first time on Friday, 40 years after its India release.20.07.2015 Steve McQueen, Kanye West short film 'All Day' coming to LACMA Before he became the director of such grim and punishing movies as "Hunger," "Shame" and the Oscar-winning "12 Years a Slave," Steve McQueen was primarily known as a visual artist specializing in visceral video installations and short films that brought him much acclaim, including the Turner Prize in 1999. In a return of sorts to his artistic roots, McQueen has created a short-film installation featuring pop star Kanye West that is set to be unveiled Saturday at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.20.06.2016 Class of 1991: Celebrating 25 years of Urmila, Akshay, Raveena On the 25th anniversary of these events, we look back at the class of 1991 and how they've fared since. rom doing menial jobs in a Bangkok restaurant to Bollywood A-lister, Akshay Kumar's success story has 'inspiring' written all over it.05.01.2016 Brit actor Will Poulter moves into epic film territory Will Poulter hasn't had what you would call a meteoric rise to success. It's been almost a decade since the British actor had his breakthrough, playing the young filmmaking bully Lee Carter in the art house hit “Son of Rambow.” A few years passed before he got the role of greedy Eustace Scrubb in “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader,” then a few more before he did goofy comedy in “We're the Millers” and teen adventure in “The Maze Runner.” But Poulter, who is just shy of 23, hits the bi...06.11.2017 Brad Pitt Transforms Into His '90s Heartthrob Self Thanks to a Simple Shave: See the Shocking Pics He's back! Brad Pitt's been on a real hair evolution for the past few years. From his long locks to his scruffy beard, it's been quite the journey.12.12.2017 Watch Jil Sander and Wim Wenders' Neon-Drenched New Film Having kicked off its collaborative " Interpretation Project 001 " with a contribution from Mario Sorrenti back at the start of December, the Luke and Lucie Meier -helmed Jil Sander has now revealed the first film from its Spring/Summer 2018 series. Set in Berlin and directed by legendary filmmaker Wim Wenders, the clip - which clocks in at just under a minute - spotlights clothing from the collection whilst also taking subtle cues from the German auteur's filmography, particularly the seminal Paris, Texas , with its neon signs and prevailing green hues.19.09.2016 Mira Nair: Vishal has written the most amazing score 'Queen of Katwe' is a Disney film. You've been working in the Hollywood studio system for years now, the exact variants of which, and the same suits, operate out of Bollywood as well.10.10.2016 BIFF opens Korean indie films up to international audiences Huge blockbuster hits keep churning out of Korean cinema in recent years, and all the while Korea's indie film scene keeps on producing quality films exploring aspects of Korean life on a smaller budget, if no less a smaller scale. This year's Busan International Film Fest, running Oct. 6-15, presents 301 films from 69 countries, maintaining its position as Asia's largest.10.10.2016 BIFF opens Korean indie film Small Korean films shine light on Korean life BUSAN -- Huge blockbuster hits keep churning out of Korean cinema in recent years, and all the while Korea's indie film scene keeps on producing quality films exploring aspects of Korean life on a smaller budget, if no less a smaller scale. This year's Busan International Film Fest, running Oct. 6-15, presents 301 films from 69 countries, maintaining its position as Asia's largest.