Rambha – Hot and Sexy Actress

Rambha - Hot and Sexy Actress

Rambha - Hot and Sexy Actress

Rambha or Vijaya Lakshmi is an Indian film actress.

Her first screen name was Amritha but changed to Rambha. She has acted in over 100 South Indian films and also in a number of Bollywood films. She had done several successful films in Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Kannada, Bengali and Bhojpuri films. She was popular in Bollywood movies for her uncanny resemblance towards Divya Bharati, an actress who died during her popular stint in Bollywood. She is also squint-eyed and considers it a lucky charm.


Rambha’s career started with a Telugu film “Aa Okkati Adakku” directed by E.V.V Sathyanarayana in 1993.In 1992 starred in Malayalam film Sargam opposite Vineeth. She again paired up with Vineeth in Champakulam Thachan. She then entered Bollywood and was paired up with popular heroes like Chiranjeevi, Rajnikanth, Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor, Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgan, Sunil Shetty,Kamal Hassan Govinda etc.

Rambha started her career as a producer with help of her brother for Three Roses in which Jyothika, Laila and Rambha are the three lead character. This film is copy of the famous Hollywood movie Charlie’s Angles. During the shooting of this movies she fought with Jyothika regarding remuneration. Finally this film became a big flop and Rambha could not recover from the loss. She also sold her house in Chennai to the financiers to come out from the debts. Presently she is limited for item songs only. Rambha has acted in several languages and maintained a successful balance in Malayalam, Telugu, Tamil, Hindi, Bengali etc. She is currently concentrating on Bhojpuri films. Her latest film in Malayalam titled Paayum Puli in 2007 is getting good reviews. Her career is a very successful one, dominating all the languages that she has acted in. She got the opportunity to pair up with the top actors of all languages which she acted. Most of her movies are successful. She has acted two Bengali films and now she has three Hindi films in her kitty.

She is currently doing a role of Mango Dolly in Shashak Ghosh’s Tamil Flick ” Quick Gun Murugan”. ‘Quick Gun Murugan’ spoof series on Channel V, the brainchild of the channel creative head Shashanka Ghosh. Now he is directing the small screen ht in to a film with the same name ‘Quick Gun Murugan’.

This film sports Rajendra Prasad in the title role flaunting a cowboy get up. Telugu and Tamil film actress Rambha plays the role of a blonde. Nassar plays the role of villain. The main theme of the film is said to be the fight between vegetarianism and non-vegetarianism. Quick Gun Murugan vows to save cows because he thinks he is a cowboy where are Nassar play the role of the owner of a fast-food restaurant that promotes beef eating.

Rambha’s Career on Malayalam Films

2009 Kabaddi Kabaddi Mukesh, Kalabhavan Mani Sudhir Manu Sneha and Pooja
2007 Paayum Puli Kalabhavan Mani Mohan Kupleri Malli
2005 Kochi Rajavu Dileep, Kavya Madhavan Johney Antony Meenakshi
2004 Mayilattam Jayaram V.M.Vinu Mythili
2003 Chronic Bachelor Mammootty, Bhavana     Balachandran, Mukesh Siddhique Bhama
1998 Siddhartha Mammootty Jomon Hema
1992 Champakulam Thachan Vineeth Kamal Devi
1992 Sargam Vineeth Hariharan Amrutha

Source from: Wikipedia.org/wiki/Rambha_(actress)

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Folk Songs in Malayalam

Looking into the rich folk tradition of Kerala , one could find a repertoire of timeless folk musicals. The variety ranges from songs that accompany theyyam, the ritual art form to the songs sung in farm-time.

The folk songs in Malayalam that reflect an immaculate and earnest glance into the folk life, have been carried over from one generation to next. Owing to this, the songs have undergone changes and variations with respect to time and place.

Giving in to them, one could share the ebb of the typical Keralite humdrum.

Both the pleasure and pain of toiling all day form the theme of such songs. Malayalam language does possess a rich repertoire of songs sung by the folks to ease the burden of labor. Songs sung during farm –time, those sung in the occasion of boat race, those sung while going for hunting and lot more. There also exist other varieties like thiruvathira songs, marriage-songs, Onam songs, that were sung to amuse folk gatherings. Besides these, there are also songs related to hero worship and chivalry, songs appraising the concept of beauty, the famous vadakkan and Thekkan Pattu traditions. These songs have contributed immensely to the development of Malayalam poetry and music.

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Malayalam Film Panorama

Malayalam Cinema or Malayalam Film Industry forms the most significant section in the Indian Cinema. Malayalam is a language belongs to a small region called Kerala. But Malayalam films have traveled a long way crossing the boundaries of language and culture, winning honors in International Film Festivals for the contemporary themes and approaches it adopts. Indeed Malayalam film scenario is rich with gifted actors, directors, script writers, cinematographers etc. who compose Malayalam cinema unique from other language films made in .

The era of Malayalam films starts with the release of the silent movie titled Vigathakumaran in 1928. Though the first venture in this regional language left its producer bankrupt, nineteen thirties saw the revival of the film industry with the release of Balan the first talkie in Malayalam. Malayalam movies were produced by Tamil Producers from the neighboring state of Tamilnadu till Udaya Studio, the first studio in Kerala was established. This ignited more Malayalies (people from Kerala) to enter the film field. In 1954 Malayalam film Neelakkuyil captured the whole of nation’s attention by winning silver medal from the president of India . Other noted films released in nineteen sixties where News Paper Boy and Chemmeen. News Paper Boy which had elements of Italian neo realism grabbed the national as well as international attention playing in famous film festivals. Chemmen directed by Ramu Karyat based on a story by Thakazhi Shivashankara Pillai, became immensely popular and won national award for the Best Film.

The emergence of new wave of cinema called Parallel Cinema happened in 1970s with new talented directors and writers stepping into the Malayalam Film with the introduction of the French and Italian approaches in Malayalam films. It was then Swayamvaram, the film directed by today’s veteran director Adoor Gopalakrishnan, bagged the International recognitions. In 1973 M.T Vasudevan Nair a noted writer in Malayalam came up with his debut called Nirmalyam, which won the national award. P.J Antony a novice actor in Malayalam won the national award for best actor for his exceptional job in the Nirmalyam. G. Aravindan, John Abraham, K. R Mohanan and K. G George are other endowed directors who made significant contributions to Malayalam.

The golden epoch of Malayalam films, as viewed by film critiques is between 80s and 90s, with the emergence of another genre called Semi-Parallel movies blending the fine aspects of Parallel and Commercial Cinema. Directors Padmarajan, Bharathan, Sthyan Anthikad and Ajayan who hail from this genre of semi-parallel directors, pictorised beautiful themes with the touch of art and melodrama together. The period was profuse with Films combined creations, comedy and drama. There were directors who stressed more on artistic values than on profitability in this age. Directors like Shaji N. Karun, T. V. Chandran and Shivan belonged to this stratum by giving birth to unforgettable moments and characters through their films.

Malayalam saw the birth of a group of talented actors during this period. Actors like Mohanlal, Mammootti, Thilakan, Shobhana and Jagathi Sreekumar who are still active in Malayalam films were emerged in nineteen eighties. Malayalam is also blessed with a dynamic and sensible audience who will never let forgo with monotony and surrealism. They are neither passive nor exhaust. A vibrant audience also compliments in the healthy development of an art like Cinema. Though it has won recognitions in international film festivals like Cannes, Malayalam has been domineered by other language movies from India

which are poor in substance and content, when it comes to pioneer festivals like Oscar. This phenomenon happens because of the failure of the Government of India to give Malayalam Cinema the appreciation it deserves. Malayalam Film Industry continues its odyssey towards the summit of accomplishments forming a sensation in the Eastern Film Panorama.

Published By Shruthi Sreedharan Namboodiri

Rambha Hot Song In Malayalam

Malayalam Movie Song Video

Song Title : Rambha Hot Song In Malayalam
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Desc : A Malayalam Hot Song – featured on Sexy Bollywood Actress Rambha

New Trend in Devotional Songs Regretted

Vijay Yesudas, singer and son of music icon K.J. Yesudas, on Saturday regretted the trend of composing devotional songs based on the tunes of popular film songs.After releasing a bilingual album on Lord Ayyappa here, Mr. Vijay said: “Though it can be a marketing strategy, the real devotional spirit cannot be felt in such songs. I always prefer fresh composition of music for devotional songs.”

The album, titled ‘Thulasi Maalai’ in Tamil and ‘Muddra Maala’ in Malayalam, was released by actor Jayaram.

Vijay said he had sung nine songs in the album, composed by music directors Suresh and Murali.

‘Chocolate’, The Most Popular Malayalam Song

Cholcolate still stays on top of the Malayalam music charts.

The top five Malayalam songs are:

Chocolate – Film: ‘Chocolate’; Music: Alex Paul; Lyrics: Sarath Varma; Singers: M.G. Sreekumar and Rimi Tomi. A girl-versus-boy song with a foot-tapping rhythm still holds on to its top position.

Munthirikallu – Film: ‘Black Cat’; Music: M. Jayachandran; Lyrics: Rajeev Alunkal; Singer: Afsal. Manikuttan in a guest appearance is used as cover for Suresh Gopi’s lack of dancing skills and he does a good job by making the song popular.

Eeran Meghame – Film: ‘Nazrani’; Music: Bijibal; Lyrics: Anil Panachooran; Singer: Manjiri. After ‘Arabikatha’, this is the second hit from this composer-lyricist team.

Istamalle – ‘Chocolate’; Music: Alex Paul; Lyrics: Sarath Varma; Singer: Shahabas Aman. This is a typical Alex Paul-Sarath Varma romantic number. The lilting melody has worked with the audience.

Pranayasandhya – Film: ‘Ore Kadal’; Music: Ousepachan; Lyrics: Gireesh Puthencherry; Singer: Bombay Jayashri. Bombay Jayashri rarely forays into Malayalam cinema but she has managed to charm the listeners with the song.