sex vijay poope

Bloggers of the universe… we all know that regardless of the platforms we use, our blogs give a list of Search Engine Terms that readers used in their process of discovering our blogs. We’ve seen the usual key words on our post titles and then some. This one takes the cake.

sex vijay poope

I’m from India and recently wrote a movie review about a movie starring Vijay (pronounced VJ) a Tamil Actor. He is a master of dance, action, stealing girl’s hearts and practically an all round sensation. Did I mention he always always wins – like Bruce Willis…

Vijay… he’s coming for you weirdo and no he will not poop for you!

Now this individual searching for sex vijay poope, apparently thinks that Vijay has some sex appeal. However I fail to understand how poope figures into the equation.

Is this some kind of fantasy? Somehow I can never imagine saying ‘bowel movements and love making’ in the same sentence, let alone Google it. There was this episode on Oprah where a celeb stated that they had cast their child’s first poop in bronze or some metal. Does anyone remember that episode? The absurdity of it must have burnt the image into my brain. But this is so beyond the line that the line looks like a dot to me.

What hurts me most about it is… I’ve written about sex, vijay and poope in my blog. It took a crazy person to show me that.

How about you? What was the craziest, weirdest search term that landed someone on your blog?

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Jilla (Indian-Tamil) Movie Review

Cast: Mohanlal, Vijay, Kajal Agarwal,Mahad,Soori, Sampat Raj, Thambi Ramayya

Written and Directed : Neason

Music: D.Imman

Production: R.B. Choudary

Cinematography : R. Ganesh

Stunts: Selva Stunt and Dhilip Subbarayan

The first movie that we watched in 2014 was Jilla. Ajman VOX Cinema, which never turns its back on you when it comes to ticket availability, was ‘Sold Out’ two days in a row.Image

Needless to say this film spiked our interest. On Sunday, we arrived at VOX Cinemas a quarter of an hour before the show was set to begin. We were not allowed past the ticket checker guy who looked flabbergasted at the crowd that had gathered for the show. They made sure to let in the movie goers for all other cinemas and then finally allowed us to enter Theatre Number Five, a mere minute and a half before the show.

The energy in the theatre was electric. You could feel it build up as the movie started with a car being chased and toppled in the still of the night. The crowd collectively held their breaths while the camera panned to show a cigar being snipped and lit, emerging from the deadly night like an apparition amidst the smoke, was the legendary Mohan Lal. His rough salt and pepper look and lethal expression barely registered as the crowd clapped and cheered and whistled in rapture. This man, this legend, larger than life squats next to a cornered enemy. We know he has no way out, Lal’s expression has already conveyed the enemy’s fate to the fans. Then he speaks – I flinch. I notice many people in the audience look at each other and go “huh?!”


Two seconds ago I was in awe of this master of dialogue delivery. A king among artists – Lal Aettan as he is lovingly called, is one of my favourite and respected actors of all time. Yet, his punch dialogues were not in sync with the tremendous force his expressions alone brought to the movie.

Throughout the movie we can see that Mohan Lal’s impeccable rendering of the role is marred by the ill composed script. It seems like Neason had Rajkiran, Prakash Raj or Sathyaraj in mind while writing the script. Mohan Lal’s reactions and expressions elevate the scenes to a higher plane of movie making and then baam! – the empty dialogues ruin the effect.

When you have an absolute gem like Lal , it is downright disrespectful to book him for a movie and give him such a script to work with.

Vijay as always is Vijay – a brute with a heart who loves his family and is loved by all. Ilayathalapathy’s movie is as predictable as ever but that hardly seemed to matter to die-hard fans who seemed satisfied to just bask in his on-screen presence. As always some songs were mass entertainers and the fights were choreographed in his signature style.

Kajal Aggarwal performance was mediocre and Soori was a welcome relief.

As the movie progresses, the audience seem to be saddened by the sheer predictability of the movie. But the well placed fights and fitting background score by Imman seems to save the day. At least two songs in the movie will be doing its rounds in the hands of top DJ’s in the state.

Jilla is one of those movies that entertain you by just being part of an audience, clapping, cheering and whistling for two of the most famous people in Indian Cinema. But the discerning, intellectual movie goer comes away insatiate.

One thing the movie does not take away from you is your adoration for The Consummate Actor Mohan Lal. The film rides on the unique abilities of Lal Aettan and Ilayathalapathy. Sadly, nothing else comes even close.

All in all, Jilla is a mass entertainer but is hollow on the inside.

Kollywood Kisukisu!

Vijayakanth doesn’t carry a gun . He bounces bullets off his chest. He is currently training to bounce off surface to air missiles while free falling from a military chopper.

Rajkiran was fired from a construction job because he  bent a 10 inch thick steel cylinder by accidentally grazing it across his thigh.

Vijay ‘s house does not have doors. He just welds a ‘Vijay Shaped hole” wherever with his blowtorch. His house and his head are being checked for leaks.

Major Sundarajan has posthumously been awarded a national award for best Tamil actor in a film. He won the best English actor for the same film. Ajith Kumar announced this during the inaugural ceremony of his next movie ‘Konjam Dullah’. Speaking in the ceremony, he said ‘The idea for this movie came to me when I was shooting for ‘Billa‘. Wearing shades indoors and outdoors in the movie gave me this brilliant idea.”

TR has declined the offer to teach English Voice and Accent in a reputed MNC in Chennai. Sources say that he is busy shooting with a song with Lil-Wayne called TR Pain.

Here is his audition tape: (Watch from 00.17  to 01.02 , sorry I couldn’t get a better quality)

Stay tuned for the next post “Chuck Norris – Top10!”

P.S: This is a post dedicated exclusively for tamil readers, if you haven’t figured it out by now! 😛