South Cinema photos of June

buy valium edinburgh Tamannaah Bhatia and Prabhudheva graced the launch of Telugu film ‘Abhinethri’.

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buy real diazepam online Trivikram Srinivas and Nithiin are all smiles at the success meet of Telugu film ‘A Aa’.

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K Bhagyaraj and Sivakumar were present at Jayakumar’s wedding reception.

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The trailer of Sathyaraj’s horror comedy ‘Jackson Durai’ was unveiled on June 1.


Huma Qureshi and Pragya Jaiswal were among the celebrities at SIIMA 2016 press conference.


Pranitha Subhash chose a Mint Blush creation for the occasion.


Amyra Dastur posted on Twitter: “Went on the bohemian side for the @siima press con. Wearing @RidhimaBhasin01 #RozinaVishram. Stylin @bornalitalukdar”


Venkatesh, Daggubati Suresh Babu and Rana Daggubati remembered late Telugu producer Dr. D. Ramanaidu during a press meet.


Cinematographer PC Sreeram inaugurated Click Art Museum at Chennai Book Fair.


Soundarya Rajinikanth graced the audio launch of Tamil film ‘Kabali’.


Dhanush, Keerthy Suresh and Prabhu Solomon attended the audio launch of Tamil film ‘Thodari’.


Amala Paul descended at the audio launch of Tamil film ‘Amma Kanakku’.


Kushboo arrives for SIIMA 2016 press meet.


Jayam Ravi looked dapper at SIIMA 2016 press meet.


Nikki Galrani posted on Twitter: “Thank u @siima for all the love u always shower on us. was an amazing evening @ the press meet @BrindaPrasad1 @sridevisreedhar”


Vedhika made heads turn at SIIMA 2016 press meet.


Sivakumar, Suriya and Karthi pose for photographers during the 37th Sri Sivakumar Educational & Charitable Trust Award ceremony.


The first look of Nandamuri Balakrishna’s Telugu film ‘Gauthamiputra Satakarni’ was unveiled last week.


A R Rahman in conversation with Nagarjuna during the audio launch of Telugu film ‘Sahasam Swasaga Sagipo’.


Chiranjeevi’s performance was the highlight of CineMAA Awards 2016.


Jr NTR was declared Best Actor for his performance in ‘Temper’.


Allu Arjun took home the Best Actor (Jury) award for his performance in ‘Rudhramadevi’.


Tamannaah Bhatia showed off her dancing skills during CineMAA Awards 2016.


Shriya Saran put on her dancing shoes for CineMAA Awards 2016.


Anushka Shetty addressed the audience after receiving the Best Actress – Telugu award for her performance in ‘Rudhramadevi’.


Nayanthara took home the Best Actress – Tamil award for her performance in ‘Naanum Rowdy Dhaan’.


Before handing out the Critics Best Actor (Female) award to wife Jyothika, Suriya said: “And the winner is my pondati.”


Best Actor – Kannada winner Puneeth Rajkumar is all smiles.


Best Actor – Malayalam winner Mammootty and Chiranjeevi pose for photographers during 63rd Filmfare Awards (South).


This is Vikram’s fifth Best Actor – Tamil Filmfare (South) award.


Sai Pallavi shared the Best Debut (Female) award with Pragya Jaiswal.


Akhil Akkineni shared the Best Debut (Male) award with G V Prakash.


“I’ve always dreamt of winning the Filmfare award. I mean, who doesn’t? I even practised my thank you speech, so I wasn’t going extempore today,” Best Debut (Female) award winner Pragya Jaiswal told The Times of India.


Amy Jackson performed during 63rd Filmfare Awards (South).


Rakul Preet Singh showed off her dancing skills at 63rd Filmfare Awards (South).


National Award winning Telugu director Krish Jagarlamudi recently got engaged to Dr. Ramya Velaga.


Sivakarthikeyan addresses the audience during the launch of Tamil film ‘Remo’.


Jai and Pranitha Subhash pose for photographers during the pooja of Tamil film ‘Enakku Vaitha Adimaigal’.


Unlike Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton Lacks A Simple, Clear Economic Message

Hillary Clinton isn’t over the finish line yet, but as she continues to battle Bernie Sanders she’s also turning her attention to a general election matchup with Donald Trump.

A lot of Democrats say that in order to beat Trump, she needs to be developing a clearer message on the economy.

That’s not Donald Trump’s problem.

Not only does he have a simple, clear message — he often says so himself.

“Our theme is very simple,” Trump reminded voters last week after winning the Indiana primary. “Make America great again. We will make America great again. We will start winning again.”

Behind that simple message, there are a host of equally simple sounding policies — policies aimed right at Americans’ economic insecurities. Build a wall, dump the bad trade deals, deport 11 million immigrants in the country illegally. Love those ideas or loathe them, it’s crystal clear what Trump wants to do.

Not so much with Clinton.

Asked what, in one sentence, Clinton wants to do, here’s what David Axelrod, President Obama’s former strategist, said:

“I don’t think Hillary Clinton wants to do anything in one sentence,” said Axelrod. “That’s the problem, right? She wants to do things in paragraphs and pages. This has always been a problem in that she is incredibly fluent in policy, she embraces good policy ideas, but she has a hard time weaving them into a coherent narrative that cuts through.”

This isn’t the first time Clinton has run against an opponent with a big dramatic message. In 2008, it was “hope” and “change.”

This year, both Bernie Sanders and Trump have big plans for change: build a wall, break up the banks, make a political revolution. This is what political professionals call an origin story — a clear rationale for how we got here, and who is to blame for it. Cheap Soma no prescription next day delivery Does Clinton Need An ‘Origin Story’?

Democratic pollster Celinda Lake says Clinton needs her own origin story. She needs to tell voters why they are struggling.

“Why are we not competitive? Why do we not have manufacturing jobs?” said Lake. “We’re Americans after all. We’re supposed to be able to ensure the next generation has a better chance. That’s why all of our families or most of our families came here. That’s why all of our families stayed here.”

Clinton has a lot of programs to address the economic worries of what she’s called everyday Americans — paid family leave, debt free college, affordable child care. But she rarely sums it all up.

She has been experimenting with one big theme, which she calls “Breaking Down Barriers.” It’s a message aimed at women, Hispanics and African-Americans.

But she does it in her own policy-wonkish way.

“She’s someone who always starts from what you can get done,” said her campaign chairman, John Podesta. “What’s holding people back? What are the barriers people are facing? Whether that’s institutional racism or an economy that’s rigged for the people at the top. And what can I do about it? That’s where she is not only most comfortable, but I think she thinks that’s how change happens.”

Clinton’s Problem Is Democrats’ Problem, Too

Coming up with a clear economic message isn’t just a problem for Hillary Clinton. It’s a problem for Democrats in general. In Celinda Lake’s polls, Democrats are consistently behind Republicans on the issue of the economy. In recent general election polls, where Clinton beats Trump handily in the horse race, the economy is the only issue where he beats her. And the economy is THE No. 1 issue. Democrats have never won a presidential election when they’re losing on the economy.

“We’re starting from a deficit in that,” said Lake.

“So it makes it really, really important to articulate a powerful economic origin story and a plan that sums up to the scale of the problems we have. People love her individual policies, but they want to make sure they add up to something big enough to deal with the incredibly entrenched economic problems we have.”

What could be Clinton’s big idea?

Debt-free college? A major infrastructure program? She hasn’t decided yet.

And she has some challenges. In the fall, she’ll be running against an unpredictable populist, with positions that are to her left and to her right.

And she has a gender problem.

Trump beats Clinton on the economy not just because he’s a businessman — candidates from the business world get an automatic advantage on creating jobs — but because she’s a woman. Lake’s polling shows that female candidates from both parties are rated behind men on the economy and jobs. Maybe, Lake suggests, because women are too responsible to go for the big sweeping narrative. Clinton has done a little self-analysis on this problem.

In a podcast with Politico’s Glenn Thrush, Clinton said, “sometimes I get criticized for ‘Oh my gosh there she goes with another plan.’ … I mean, I have said, in this campaign, ‘Look, I’m not a natural politician.'”

“I’m not somebody who, like my husband or Barack Obama, just — it’s music, right?”

Clinton often says it’s easy to diagnose the problem. It’s harder to actually do something about the problem. Coming up with the big aspirational message is her problem and she seems to know that. Clinton has shown she’s comfortable with the lyrics. The question is, can she write the music, too?

Deepika Padukone’s hottest saree avatars! Take a look!


Bajirao Mastani Deepika and Priyanka’s Pinga in Bajirao Mastani had the dimpled diva flaunt a maroon marathi Nauvari style.


Chennai Express Deepika played a South Indian in Chennai Express and to suit her role the actress donned sarees and half-sarees.


Cocktail Dressed in a lehenga style sari, Deepika looked hot in the black sari, which she flaunted in Homi Adajania’s Cocktail.


Break Ke Baad Deepika’s saree in the song Adhoore Hum from Break Ke Baad might have gone unnoticed, but it is definitely one of her best saree outings


Deepika has wowed us in kurta and palazzo pants in Piku, but the traditional look she flaunted for one the sequences in the film, got us hooked. The red and black striped sari with gold border, gold earrings and super minimal makeup definitely deserves a special mention.


Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani Who would forget Naina in this film! While she is remembered for her nerdy looks, her sizzling blue saree in the song Badtameez Dil left us awestruck. The bikini blouse, the lose hair and the makeup were all so perfect that Deepika looked nothing less than a diva.

Alia Bhatt and I get lost in each other’s eyes: Sidharth Malhotra

They have never publicly accepted their relationship, but actor Sidharth Malhotra says that actor Alia Bhatt is a very important part of his life.

I am happy that she is getting lost in my eyes,” says Sidharth.

Sidharth also got a chance to work with Fawad Khan in their latest outing. People of all age brackets love him. We kind of divided our fans during the film.

Sidharth, who will be seen alongside actor Katrina Kaif in his next film, says that the fact that the latter’s recent films have not worked well at the box-office, does not bother him as a co-actor. “It doesn’t affect me. I am only concerned about how our scenes are coming up. I don’t think something like this should bother anyone. I am extremely happy to work with her and I’m glad to see how the film is shaping up. I am super excited doing a love story with Katrina. People have not seen her in this zone as the story takes place over a long period of time. It will show us at different stages of our life,” says the 31-year-old.