vikram inaugurates new screens at mayajaal



On Feb 15, Mayajaal, the popular multiplex on ECR Road opened four new screens and a food court. Clearly, multiplexes are increasingly the `hang out’ spots in Chennai.

Actor `Chiyan’ Vikram inaugurated the additional screens and the food court. (Pic 1. shows Vikram along with Udeep, the head honcho of Mayajaal and his wife Anita. She is the daughter of Pentamedia’s V Chandrashekar, the guy who was ahead of his time in the field of animation and CG in Chennai.

The lobby is simply `wow’. (Picture 2)

6 Comments so far

  1. Radman (unregistered) on February 17th, 2008 @ 7:01 pm

    Four questions and comments.

    1. Who is Vikram? Are we supposed to know him?
    2. Tell the guy in the suit (on the left) to learn to tie a tie the proper length. It is too short.
    3. Tell the guy in the jeans (on the right) to dress for the occassion. He should have worn dress pants and a blazer or a suit.
    4. The women in the sari (in the middle) is clearly appropriately dressed.

  2. Ram N (unregistered) on February 17th, 2008 @ 8:00 pm

    Liked the previous comment more …..:-)

  3. ela (unregistered) on February 17th, 2008 @ 10:45 pm

    Yeap…Has to agree with RAM…comments by the radical RADMAN are great!
    for his 4th comment…glad that the sari is black does not irk people…thought usually our people will jump at a girl wearing a black dress for such an manglakara function!

  4. bhamadeviravi (unregistered) on February 18th, 2008 @ 9:30 am

    Radman and others: My apologies… my broadband was acting up and the pix were taking ages to download… so the captions could not go through.. i thought I would get back to it last night but sorry… couldn’t..

    Vikram is one of the top heroes of Tamil filmdom.
    2.The guy on the left is Udeep, of Mayajaal and the lady in black is his wife . She is the daughter of V Chandrashekar of Pentamedia.

  5. Vijay (unregistered) on February 18th, 2008 @ 10:24 pm

    I sometimes do think that Vikram tries a bit too hard. He is kicking around 50 and I am not sure if people expect him to act like a school/college kid. But there is this feeling that he tries to stay with the "cool crowd".

    I agree with the Radical! :)

  6. Badri (unregistered) on March 1st, 2008 @ 1:41 pm

    Radman,You are right in your observations about dress sense of Indians – by and large the south Indians.They have absolutely no sense of dressing when it comes to formal occasions. You see most of them turn up in a pair of jeans and a tee for a wedding or an inaugural function. The worst one in the tinsel world is actor Vijay. If you think women have a good dressing sense of occasions you may be partly right with weddings where they brandish their new silk sarees but a new generation of south indian women are getting worse. Readers should remember Shreya’s dressing controversy. Somebody has to show the men how to impeccably dress up like actor Ajith.

    I think the reason for this sorry state of south Indian dressing sense is because along the line, proper dressing etiquettes have not been passed down to this generation by the previous generations. Lack of exposure may also be a reason.

    By the way Radman, if you do not know names like Vikram, Ajith, Vijay and Shreya you should not be reading the Chennai metblogs as these names have a lot to do with the contemporariness of chennai.

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