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rishi0922
rishi0922 • Sep 30, 2010

The costliest movie of indian cinema

Today i have heard the songs of upcoming stated as the costliest movie of indian cinema "ROBOT"
acted by Rajni Kant and Aishwarya Roy...
The music is pity nice and pleasant songs..
Will it release in Tamil only or it will be live in Hindi as well?
The Movie is getting released in Telugu , Tamil and Hindi!

I not sure about Kannada , but the film with subtitles will be released in Japan as well.
cooltwins
cooltwins • Sep 30, 2010
yeah i'm looking forward to it πŸ˜€

i'm going for the movie tomorrow. 😁

the fans in tamilnadu are going crazy and all shows for the next two weeks are booked in all good cinema halls.

it is one of the best movies so far i guess but i'l have to wait till tomorrow.

if possible you too try and catch the movie
Ankita Katdare
Ankita Katdare • Sep 30, 2010
I am going to watch it in Hindi tonight, 10p.m. show, will post reviews here tomorrow😁

Even if the story/ plot/ costumes/ locations/songs are not that good, as there is Rajni its going to rock anyhow. 😁
silverscorpion
silverscorpion • Oct 1, 2010
I'm gonna see it on Sunday!! So, everyone, please hold your reviews till Sunday afternoon.. please...
This movie is inspired/copied from

Robin Williams
Bicentennial Man
cooltwins
cooltwins • Oct 1, 2010
AbraKaDabra
I am going to watch it in Hindi tonight, 10p.m. show, will post reviews here tomorrow😁

Even if the story/ plot/ costumes/ locations/songs are not that good, as there is Rajni its going to rock anyhow. 😁
so lucky you get tickets for the first day's show... while here in chennai i had to struggle real hard to get the second day show's tickets πŸ˜”

but still am happy πŸ˜€

and yeah Rajini rocks πŸ‘
cooltwins
cooltwins • Oct 1, 2010
English-Scared
This movie is inspired/copied from

Robin Williams
Bicentennial Man
hey, the thing the two movies have in common are both are robot centric movies.

in bicentennial man the robot gains control over its system for good but in enthiran (robot) the robot gains control and stands up against its own creator.

so you cannot say it is copied but yeah it can be the source of inspiration πŸ˜€

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