Starring: Nakul, Sunaina
AGS Entertainment is coming up with a new project titled ‘Maasilamani’ starring Nakul and Sunaina. The film had its launch ceremony recently in Chennai. R N R Manohar has written the story and will direct the film. The movie has music by Indhiyan and cinematography by Jayachandran.
Starring: Prasanna, Sandhya, Bala
Director Vaseegaran has chosen the most dominated concept of world cinema ‘Love’ for ‘Manjal Veyil’. The movie stars Prasanna, Sandhya and Bala in the lead. The movie talks about triangular love between these three lead pair. Above their love the movie has a lot to portray about friendship. Manjal Veyil was under production since early 2007. Music director Bharathwaj has tuned peppy and special music for this movie. Sandhya has rendered her sweet voice for a song in this movie. The movie is expected to hit theaters by April end.
Starring: Tharun Gopi, Manivannan, G.M Kumar, Ponvannan, Seeman, Rajkapoor, Singappuli, Ravi mariya, Jegannath, Nantha Periyasamy, Poongkodi, Thamizharasi
A story of love and sentiments in a family forms the crux of Maayandi Kudumbathaar directed by Rasu Madhuravan. For the first time in cine industry ten directors have turned actors for this gripping family sentiment flick. Well known directors of 80’s joins the team of millennium directors. The family of directors includes Tharun Gopi, Manivannan, G.M Kumar, Ponvannan, Seeman, Rajkapoor, Singappuli, Ravi mariya, Jegannath, Nantha Periyasamy where Tharun Gopi walks in as the lead hero. Another import from kerala is the heroine Poongkodi. Aslo joins the league is Thamizharasi from Banagalore. Music is by Sabesh and Murali who are sure to come out with soul drenching rural melancholy and folk numbers.Produced by S.K Selvakumar of “United Arts” the movie is based on a real story is the Highlight.
Starring: Vijayakanth, Meera Jasmin, Meena, Ambika, Ramesh Kanna
Purachi Kalaingar Vijayakanth has started his next venture Mariyadhai joining once again with Vikraman. He has done a movie “Vaanathapola” that won a National award. The movie cast three heroines Ambika, Meera Jasmine and Meena with Vijayakanth in dual roles. Produced by T.Shiva of Amma creations the movie was launched on Vijayadhasamy. Story, Screenplay, dialogues and direction is by Vikraman and music scored by “Nakku Mukka” Vijay Anthony.
Starring: Shakthi, Sandhya, Keerthi Chawla, Daniel Balaji
Shakthi son of veteran director P. Vasu made his debut through the movie titled “Thottal Poo Malarum”. Though the movie didn’t do well in box office Shakthi was appreciated for his performance. Sandya dons the role of lead lady. Keerthi Chawla and Daniel Balaji plays a significant role in this movie. Debutant Director P.V Ravi who worked as assistant director for Lingusamy is directing his first venture MSMP. Vidyasagar scores the music for MSMP. According to the maiden director P.V Ravi, MSMP is going to be a completely new love story.
Starring: Mammooty, Sheela, Tiska chopra, Nedumudi Venu
Debutante Thomas Sebastian directing a film with Mammootty in the for lead has named it 'Mayabazaar'. Thomas who plans to present the star in a novel theme is also introducing another scriptwriter Govind Vijayan, through this film. The film produced by Sachi s. Mangalam in the banner of Aakhil Films. The shoot for this film will start by the end of next March. Thomas Sebastian has been a long time associate of directors like Sibi Malayail, Blessy and Sundardas.
Starring: Bharath, Thamarai, Vadivelu, Nasser
Bharath's forthcoming film Muniyandi Vilangiyal Moondramaandu audio launch took place at Asiana, a newly opened star hotel in Old Mamallapuram IT Highway near Chennai on Monday night. It was the first time that all the artistes involved in creating the songs were invited to the audio launch and given opportunity to express their views and share their experiences with others.
Starring: Cheran, Navya Nair, Radha Ravi
Dreaming for greater fortunes in life is no harm. But it is must that one develops a passion for what one wants to do and tries to be the master of the task at hand. Mayakkannadi, quite rightly, is not about winners in life. It is about losers like every