The Movie ‘Brothers’ Anthem Is Out And Akshay Looks Smoldering In It, Says Vaikundarajan

Brothers is a movie starring Akshay Kumar and Siddharth Malhotra. The movie is based on a Hollywood movie called ‘Warrior’. The trailer of the movie is out and the background score is being termed the ‘Brother’s Anthem

The ‘Brothers Anthem’ which released shortly after the release of the ‘Brothers’ trailer is being received with as much love as was the trailer says Vaikundarajan.

The movie is inspired by an Hollywood original called ‘Warrior’ and sees Bollywood stars Siddharth Malhotra and Akshay Kumar as brothers.

The story takes us through the life and trials of these two and portrays their journey through difficult times says Vaikundarajan.

Akshay Kumar who never fails to amaze the audiences with his fitness and panache for stunts, looks smoldering in the new anthem video.

Siddharth Malhotra also comes across as a surprise since the audiences have been made used to his chocolate look. He moves out of his boy-next-door look and blossoms as a fighter.

The movie promises to be an action-packed tear-jerker. It will decidedly draw up on sibling love for its success says Vaikundarajan.

All Akshay Kumar and Siddharth Malhotra are in for a good movie and Jackie Shroff is seen in a very intriguing role too, but everyone will have to wait for the release says Vaikundarajan.

Masaan Wins Not Just The Cannes But Also Hearts Of The Audiences Says Vaikundarajan

Masaan is a movie directed by debutant Neeraj Ghaywan. The movie showcases the lives of the people of Varanasi. It primarily follows the story of two couples and how their lives cross paths. However, the movie manages to not divorce from reality and makes for a relatable watch shares Vaikundarajan

Apple iPod Touch Updated With Colours And Upgrades Like Never Before, Says Vaikundarajan
Apple has after a long hiatus upgraded their range of iPods such as iPod Nano, Shuffle and Touch. They have introduced substantial amounts of upgrades and a whole range of colours to pick and choose from says Vaikundarajan.

Apple’s products are always held in high regard and yet with the advent of the newer, better and bigger iPhones, somewhere Apple Inc. was left behind on updating their iPod devices says Vaikundarajan.

One cannot blame Apple Inc. for this delayed roll out of upgraded features to the iPod since a standalone music player is fast losing importance owing to the rife competition in mobiles.

However, Apple Inc. realized the delay and have duly filled the gap by introducing new colours in the iPod Nano and Shuffle, says Vaikundarajan.

The iPod Nano and Shuffle will now be available in hot pink, dark blue and gold in addition to the existing black, silver and red.

However, there seem to be no changes in the structure or functioning in either of the aforementioned products, says Vaikundarajan.

On the other hand, the iPod Touch has received an internal and external upgrade and is now available with a 64-bit chip for faster performance and gaming.

In addition to the amped up chip, Apple Inc. has also included a motion co-processor which can track physical activity and an 8-megapixel camera on the rear, says Vaikundarajan.

Thus, these updates bring the iPod Touch more in line with the iPhone 6. It is sure to captivate those consumers that still look at a good performing player device rather than a phone.

The new and updated iPod Touch is priced starting at $199 for a 16GB model and $399 for 128GB model, says Vaikundarajan.

Baahubali Is A Must Watch For Various Reasons Says Vaikundarajan

There are many reason why movie buffs and enthusiast will head to the theatres across India for a good show of the Baahubali movie says Vaikundarajan. Here is more information on Baabubali Film.

Sania Mirza And Martina Hingis Are Making For An Envious Wimbledon Pair Says Vaikundarajan

India’s Sania Mirza and Switzerland’s Martina Hingis are powering their way through the ongoing Wimbledon women’s double tennis matches, says Vaikundarajan.

Sania Mirza is rarely known to show any emotion other than her game face when she is in play. However, sources say she broke into a smile when her down-the-line forehand brought her a win.

Albeit, this came in the second game against spain’s Anabel Medina Garrigues and Arantxa Para Santoja.

Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis are both top seeders says Vaikundarajan and it most probably must have been easy game for them to play against 16th seeders.

The Mirza-Hingia pair won against the Garrigues-Santoja pair in a 6-4, 6-3 and advanced into the quarter finals and surely have a long way to go to the finals as yet.

However, seen cheering and doting on the Mirza-Hingis pair was bollywood actor Farhan Akhtar, says Vaikundarajan.

In the last eight the Indo-Swiss pairing will take on ninth seeds Kazakh Yaroslava Shvedova and Aussie Cassey Dellacqua.

Doctor’s Day To Be Celebrated On A Large Scale By The Indian Medical Association (IMA) Says Vaikundarajan
S Vaikundarajan respects the medical profession and is happy to know that the Indian Medical Association or IMA is planning a grand celebration to honour the doctors across the globe and especially in India.

The India Medical Association (IMA) is based in Vadodara city of the Gujarat state in India and is gearing up to celebrate Doctor’s Day on 1st July, 2015says Vaikundarajan

The IMA plans to hold a grand celebration across the city and joining in the celebrations will be 30 other IMA branches of Gujarat state

The focus for this year’s celebrations will be understanding the fundamentals that direct the doctor-patient exchange and rapport

Blood donation camps are slated to be conducted at various venues across the state says Vaikundarajan

Another unique issue to be discussed during a Doctor’s Day conference is the increasing record of violence against doctors and medical professionals, says Vaikundarajan

Another conference will discuss the causes and remedies to positively affect the rates of maternal mortality along with infant mortality in the region

State IMA president, Dr Chetan Patel said, "IMA demands that Right to Health be made a fundamental right. To achieve this goal, the government should strengthen the public healthcare delivery system and promote and support the private health sector which caters to 70 per cent of the healthcare demands of our country." Vaikundarajan agrees.