Saturday, February 28, 2009


SULTAN THE WARRIOR with Soundarya Rajinikanth

BLUE(Hindi) with Kylie Minogue sings to the mastero's tunes.

Raavan/Ashokavanam with Maniratnam

Vinnaithandi Varuvaayaa with Gautam menon

Puli(Telugu) with S.J.Surya

Manavar Dhinam (Tamil) with regular collaborator Kathir.

Endhiran (Tamil) with Sivaji trio.

Thursday, February 19, 2009


In this post we discuss the beauty of the gal's face, it appears, is mathematically quantifiable. So gals please read it and check it out with your face.
Overall shape
If you were to draw a pencil line, starting about half-an-inch above the eyebrows and ending at the tip of the chin, it should be a perfect heart shape.

Eyeing it Right
The width of the eye should be three-tenths of the face; distance from the centre of the eye to the bottom of the eyebrow should be one-tenth the height of the face.

Mouthful of Beauty
The ideal mouth should be full and 50 percent of the width of the face, with the upper lip covering the gums and the teeth just touching the lower lip.

Chin Up
A perfect chin should be one-fifth the height of the face. A line drawn from tip of the chin to that of the nose should extend about 2cm from the upper lip.

That Perfect Nose
The nose should be less than 5 percent of the total area of the face. The angle of the bridge of the nose should form near the eyelashes.

The Right Curve
How small is your waist in comparison to the hips? Women with the WHR of 0.7-indicating a narrower waist than the hips- are considered most attractive.

Hot News For Vijay fans

Last week many of Vijay fans got disappointed because the exclusive site for Vijay fans “” was shut. Sources close to the site reveal that the site was inaugurated by some hardcore fans of Dr.Vijay to get the first news of his upcoming projects and also to catch his stills first before any other sites. But Vijay’s office refused to support this site by not giving any vital information about him. So the frustrated fans decided to shut the site. So our request to Illayathalapathy is he should look after this issue and should make appropriate decision on this soon because this site helps him to keep a direct touch with his fans.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

How to port forward BSNL broadband modem/router UT300 R2U

  1. First you have to know your IP address. With you computer connected to the internet, click Start–>Run and type cmd in the Run dialog box.
  2. You will get the command prompt window and type ipconfig in it.
  3. From that note down your IP address and default gateway.
  4. Next, click Start–>Run and type

http://(your default gateway address) in the Run dialog box.
Eg. Type in run dialog box.

5. A browser will open asking for username and password. The default username is “admin” and password is also “admin”. If there is error ask the customer care for the username and password.
6. After you enter you will get the router configuration window as shown below.

7. Click on Advanced Setup from the menu on the left side and from the sub menu click on NAT.

8. When you click on NAT you will get a text box on the right asking for the DMZ Host IP address. Enter your IP address which you noted from the command prompt.

9. Just click Save/Apply button and close the browser window.

Now your modem/router is port forwarded and you can download at great speeds.

Check this out and please leave your comments. If you have any doubts in implementing it just put it in comments. Also you can ask any doubts and tips regarding torrents and downloading


Go shopping for a notebook computer today, and you’re likely to focus on the specs that manufacturers tout: dual core processor, large screen, size, and lightweight.

Other features of current notebooks, though, are less desirable - and more controversial. Know what they are before you buy a notebook, and you’re more likely to remain happy about your purchase.

When you buy a notebook computer, pay special attention to whether the LCD is “glossy” or “matte”. Increasingly, manufacturers are offering glossy screens. While these are great for watching movies on your laptop, they’re not optimal for doing traditional office work.

The reason: the glossy screens are highly reflective. In typical office environments, glossy screens can be hard on both your eyes and your concentration, as you’ll have to work harder to ignore the ambient lighting and background objects that are reflected in your screen.

Bottom line: if you’re buying a notebook primarily to get work done and not to watch movies or play games, avoid glossy screens. Most notebooks on the market today come with built-in wireless network connectivity. The trouble is that many still include yesterday’s technology.

The wireless transmission standard is about to get a big boost in speed with the official unveiling of the 802.11n standard, which provides Internet and networking connectivity speeds that are about 10 times faster than the wireless standards currently in use.

That’s a significant speed boost, and it’s one you want in your notebook computer, especially because changing the type of wireless connectivity that you have in a notebook is difficult or impossible once you buy the machine.

Avoid notebooks that offer only the built-in 802.11b or 802.11g wireless cards. Even if the version of 802.11n offered in a notebook sold today is dubbed “draft” or “pre-release”, it’ll likely still be far faster than the 802.11g standard - and you’ll probably be able to upgrade it later, once the standard is finally ratified.

How well a notebook computer is built will likely determine whether you still own it three years from now or whether it gets sold off for parts. The unfortunate fact is that as competition has forced manufacturers to offer notebooks as rock-bottom prices, quality of exterior construction has suffered.

If you’ll be doing a lot of travelling or will be buying a notebook for a youngster, think about buying notebooks that were made to take some abuse.

The Dell Latitude series, the Acer TravelMate, or the Lenovo ThinkPad are all highly regarded in terms of durability.

Combine a powerful processor, fast hard drive, and hefty battery, and what do you get? Heat - and lots of it. There’s a good reason why the moniker “laptop” has all but disappeared: Some notebook computers are really not suitable for resting on your lap because they get too hot on the underside to hold comfortably.

But some notebook computers are still designed for those who wish to work from their lap. That’s why it’s important to find out just how hot a laptop gets on the underside.

Either contact the manufacturer and ask specifically about this or visit a store in which the notebook is running, and feel the underside.

Noise is less of a problem with notebooks than it once was, but it can still be a factor - especially if you’re easily bothered by noise while working. Noise in notebooks generally comes from two sources: the hard drive and the cooling fan. If you want to eliminate the source of hard drive altogether, consider a new notebook with a solid-state drive.