Jubilee is a 2008 Malayalam family-thriller film written and directed by G. George.It has Saiju Kurup in the lead role of Joji,the youngest son of Thomas Kora Saheb(Innocent).The female lead role is played by Manasa.The songs were written by Kaithapram Damodaran Namboothiri and composed by Shyam Dharman.
The film is about Thomas Kora(Innocente)aged 80, who is the head of a famous family of the middle travancore region. Residing in the estate bungalow at Perramade, he never looks more than sixty. Once the favorite henchman of Henry Sayip, Kora was presented this bungalow and estate when Henry went back to England. Thereafter people started calling him, Kora Sahib.
Kora has five sons and two daughters. His youngest son Joji(Saiju Kurup), was born on the fifty sixth birth day of Kora. Since Joji was born after the golden jubilee year of Kora, he was popularly called by the neighbours as Jubilee. An automobile engineer by profession, he was also a specialist in motor cycle races, but an immature adult who can't keep serious relationships, taking life as it comes. Moreover, he was already on his way to some kind of trouble, all the time.
Jubilee's output consists of two limited release singles via North's Buddyhead Records. They released the “Rebel Hiss” single on January 21, 2008 on 7-inch vinyl, CD, and a limited edition "tour-version" 7-inch. Their second single, "In With The Out Crowd", was released in Fall 2008 on 7-inch, and CD. The band has stated a general dislike for both releases, as well as constant frustration stemming from people assuming that both releases are E.P.'s, instead of, "A bunch of songs that just simply aren't as good as the ones chosen for the album. They're throwaways." There are no plans of re-pressing either release once the remaining copies are sold. The CD version of "In With The Out Crowd" has already sold out, and the 7-inch versions of both releases are said to have as well. Other estimates point to a couple dozen still being available on the band's web-store. The estrangement between Aaron and Buddyhead, which both releases are on, would only solidify the notion that the band would prefer that these releases were unavailable.
The opening of corridor two (the Green Line) from Jubilee Bus Station to MGBS has been slated for early next year. But the timeline for opening these lines for public would certainly be tight considering that some more properties have to be acquired for completing the pending work such as providing the right of way, entry and exits to the overhead stations etc....
Eagerly awaited Ameerpet to Hitec City line (11 km) of Corridor Three or Blue Line (Nagole to Hitec City) too is likely to take more time considering delay in completing land acquisition for completing the viaduct, stations, staircases, etc., for entry and exits at JubileeHills, Madhapur and Kavuri Hills. All this means making the November timeline difficult, aver senior officials....