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Shruti and Sneha on Sari

Looking at the stills of Shruti Hassan, one thing that floors you is the hidden glamourstylish, subdued but glamorous though. Is she of the modern breed? Doing away with traditional attire, going in for more showing than covering? "No, "says the twenty-four year old singer turned actor. "I like sarees and half saris. They are traditional yet sexy. But then it takes time to wear, to adjust the folds are laborious. I wear saris only on occasions such as a formal wedding. To the sets and rock bands, I wear what I fancy for the day. "

If Shruti prefers trendy dresses, Sneha goes for traditional wear. "'t is not that' don't like modern wear, I am used to sarees," says this diva who is busy with Vandemataram. However, off the sets, you can find Sneha wearing what's in today, looking much younger than what she appears on screen. Her fans don't like her doing glamorous roles, and as if to confirm their sentiments, a couple of movies in which Sneha appeared in modern outfits did bomb at the box-office. When it comes to work, Sneha is much disciplined. She worked for a particular scene in Vandemataram continually for twenty-eight hours. Phew!

Trisha's Heart

She maybe her mom's pet, but when It comes to affairs of the heart or marriage shelson her own. Mother has no say. While mama wants Trisha to tie the knot, Trisha is on an Independent mode. "How can you marry a guy you don't know? Arranged marriage is not to my taste," she whines Is she in love? "Now don't jump to that conclusion. I have not met my man yet And what is the hurry? Right now, I am wedded to my profession! "

Time Out For Mammooty

Mammooty says that it going to be time out for him. Eight movies in 2009 have made him tired. Imagine thirty working days for a movie, and for eight movies it works out to 240 working days. So it is vacation time, and it could be within India or abroad. "All work and no rest can make you feel run down," smiles Mammooty.

Rahman in Malayalam

For the Malabar fans of A R Rahman, it is good news. The living legend is back to the Malayalam industry to score the music for a movie to be directed by Gautham Menon with Dileepan in the lead. The last Malayalam movie that Rahman worked for was Mohanlal starrer Yodha. Rahman would surely be welcomed with open arms in this state which has a huge Rahman fan base. For Dileepan and Gautham Menon, this is a music score they are looking forward to.

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