well.. we all know Rabindra Natha tagore was the first Indian nobel laureate.. but chk this link
can we say he was an Indian?? if yes, then , he must be the first one..this is same prob with Norman prichard, the first Olympic medalist form india..
A prolific screen play writer, proven film director, of kerala film industry ,
Mr.A. K. Lohithadas passed away..
as screen play writer
1999 Veendum Chila Veetukaryangal
2000 Arayannangalude Veedu
മലയാള ചലച്ചിത്ര ശാഖയില് എന്നും ഒര്മിക്കപെടുന്ന ഒരു പിടി നല്ല ചിത്രങ്ങളുടെ സംവിധായകനും തിരക്കഥ രചയിതാവും ആയിരുന്നു.
മീര ജസ്മ്നിനെ ഉള്പെടെ നല്ല പുതു മുഖങ്ങളെ മലയാള സിനിമയ്ക്കു പരിച്ചയപെടുതിയിട്ടുണ്ട് ….
Here we call the term ” an era ends”” .. same thing happened.. Michael Jackson , a a man who conquered minds of millions and at the same time millions hate him.
he passed away.. nevertheless of his private life, he will be an icon of the pop music as long as the music industry exists..
A child who brought up as a Negro and fought with his destiny and became a man of the millennium.. He also gathered Everest of scandals and scams..
This man passed away now..no matter we say, we can love him, we can hate him, but we cannot ignore him..
his famous moon walk ..
best moves of MJ
Tom Cruise and J.J. Abrams have signed on with Paramount Pictures to produce the fourth instalment of Mission: Impossible, according to Variety.
As you may recall, couch-jumping and other circumstances surrounding the previous film in the series helped precipitate a very public rift between Cruise and Viacom’s Sumner Redstone, which ended the megastar’s 14-year-long relationship with Paramount.
At the time Redstone told the Wall Street Journal, “[Cruise]’s recent conduct has not been acceptable to Paramount.”
But that’s so 2006. These days Redstone is sounding highly complimentary about the celeb, Abrams is hot off Paramount’s Star Trek and Cruise remains one of the most bankable stars on the planet.
So when you put it that way, this seems totally possible. Look for it in 2011.