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12/11/2008 03:00 PM ID: 75440 Permalink   

Anal Has Men Fighting in the Trees

 

Stunt master Anal Arasu has recently choreographed a stunt using as many as a hundred stunt men in the style of such film hits as "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" and "House of 1000 Daggers."

This latest film, which will be bilingual, stars Mammootty, Arjun and Sneha and is named "Aruvada." In the film, Arjun and numerous other stunt artists will be seen fighting in the treetops.

Anal Arasu, who choreographed the sequence, is said to have ensured that the film's quality is on par with those made in Hong Kong. The film was produced for Pankaj Productions.

 
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  9 Comments
  
  amazing  
 
You have truly outdone yourself with this one.

/golfclap
 
  by: jendres     12/11/2008 03:04 PM     
  What can ya say...  
 
sex sells
 
  by: LandoCommando   12/11/2008 03:30 PM     
  Sweet  
 
I can't wait to see this one.
 
  by: rogeratvfan   12/11/2008 04:53 PM     
  Yea but,  
 
does Kollywood stop in the middle of the movie for a song and dance scene like Bollywood? I love those dance scenes. Why doesn’t Hollywood do that?
 
  by: valkyrie123     12/11/2008 04:54 PM     
  If Anal ..  
 
filmed it, I thought it would have been called "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Finger".
 
  by: WWarrior     12/11/2008 05:07 PM     
  LOL  
 
HeadLine...sex might sell but one has to wonder why you keep finding these :)
 
  by: Jediman3     12/11/2008 05:36 PM     
  @HeadlineNews  
 
I can only wonder what your search engine history looks like
 
  by: ToofDogger     12/11/2008 05:58 PM     
  @Toof  
 
Very easy to do ..

http://www.google.com.au/...

Add any keyword, and Google emails you about any subject you have selected ..
 
  by: WWarrior     12/11/2008 06:00 PM     
  And they were...  
 
Dung-Fu fightiiiiiiing...
 
  by: HeadlineNews     12/11/2008 10:20 PM     
 
 
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