Starring: Madhavan, Mamtha Mohandass, Abbas, Brinda Parek, Vivek, MS Basker, Manobala,Mayilsamy, Sona, Renuka, Aarthi, Pattimandram Raja, Poovilangu Mohan
KRG movies international presents “Guru En Aalu”. Director Selva who did movies like Thotta, Naan Avan Illai, Nenjil jil jil is directing this movie. The movie cast Madhavan and Mamtha Mohandass in the lead along with Abbas, Brinda Parek and Vivek. Guru En Aalu belongs to the genre Romantic comedy. The director is sure that audience will spend two and a half hour just laughing. A grandeur set of seven arenas were created for a special introductory song at AVM Studios. For this song fifteen sizzling Mumbai models were specially trained in dance moments by Eeshwarbabu. The song alone was filmed for ten days. The song goes like this “Veesuvathu En Kaatruthaan, BBC yil En Petithaan”. Maddy appears very young with those Mumbai Models. Believe it or not he looks the same as he was in “Alaipayuthe” The movie was slated for Diwali release but was postponed due to the unavailability of Theaters.
Starring: Ramakrishnan Tharshana
S.P Charan along with his father S.P Balasubramaniyam presents ‘Kunguma Poovum Konjum Puravum’ under the banner titled ‘Capital Film Works’. The movie is directed by Rajamohan and stars Ramakrishna who had assisted director Cheran. The movie also has many assistant directors and light men. The movie has first time heroine Tanya alias Tharshana who is dental student. The movie crew conducted a two-day event at the premises of SRM Valliammai engineering College, Kanchipuram, where rural games were conducted. Thirty winners were selected to witness the audio release of the film along with big stars from the cinema Industry.
Starring: Siddharth, Tamannaah,Rukmini, Kitty, Rishi, Madanbob, Bala Singh
Director Gandhi Krishna who was not seen after Chellamey is getting ready for the release of his latest venture Ananda Thandavam.Poet Vairamuthu has said one of his best works in the recent past was the song he has written for Ananda Thaandavam, a film directed by Gandhi Krishna (of Chellamey fame) with Unnale Unnale Vinay in the lead role.’ The situation is about a young man who meets his ex-lover, who is now the wife of another man. Gandhi Krishna wanted me to pen his feelings in a poem. I took some time and came out with the lyrics. On reading the lines, Gandhi Krishna was floored totally and was in fail of words,’ says Vairamuthu. Stating that the praise heaped on him by the director was the best remuneration he had received in recent times, Vairamuthu says the film is being shaped up well. Ananda Thandavam is produced by Oscar Films V Ravichandran. Prominent television anchor Ammu, Amitha, Venki, Balasingh, Kalairani, Madanbob and Charlie are also in the cast. Shankar, who worked as associate to late cinematographer Jeeva, is cranking the camera. G V Prakash is scoring music for the movie while Vairamuthu is penned the lyrics. Sujatha has written the dialogues.
Starring: Rathan, Manju, Kota Srinivasa Rao
Differing from run-of-the-mill milieu trend of Tamil cinema there are few movies made in low budget with new comers that made big at box office as well as winning many national awards.the same applies for this new flick titled ‘Karthik Anita’. Debutant director Sri Hari chose newcomers Rathan and Manju for his first movie ‘Karthik Anita’. V Rajan is the producer with his banner name ‘Sing Magic Productions’. After listening to the story narrated by Sri Hari, the producer agreed to do the film instantly. The lead stars were chosen incidentally, lucky young people didn’t have to go through severe selection process in audition nor went through any training from Film School. Debutant director V.Rajan says ‘Rathan plays the centre of attraction in this movie as Karthik, whereas Anita deserves a round of applause for her performance. Since the crux of the movie is romance and love people think the movie will have intimate scenes and obscene double meaning dialogues. But the film will not have all these as I am here to present this movie foe all audience especially for our young generation who transforms into adulthood rapidly. Couple of cinematographers K.G. Shankar and A. Vel Murugan would be cranking the camera. Sai Suresh handles editing while G.K. is the art director. Na. Muthukumar, Yughabharathi, Thamarai and Srinivas have penned lyrics to the musical score of debutant Jack Anand. Prabhu Srinivas and Srinivasa have choreographed for the song.
Starring: Surya, Prabhu, Tamanna
The meaning of ‘Ayan’ is unique; likewise the protagonist of the movie Surya is exceptional in terms of his actions. The hero (Surya) after completing his university continues to work toward reaching his goals. But unfortunately he gets stuck with a problem. Even in that time of crisis he indulges in love. What is that problem? How is he going to solve all the tribulations? To know the answers to these questions watch Ayan soon on silver screen. The movie was extensively shot in Botswana, Namibia and Tanzania.
Starring: Nadhiya, Arun, Deepthi, Irfan, Balaji, Sathya Hari, Vikash, Guru, Vignesh
Pattalam is a film about the most cherished treasures of an adolescent - friendship, camaraderie, vigor, and love. The film, which is a compassionate examination of the adolescent mindset, speaks about the life of nine youngsters who go through the inevitable emotions associated with juvenility - Love and Jealousy. But they can relax as they have a friendly confidante and a guide
Starring: Prithviraj Kavya Madhavan, Nedumudi Venu, Manoj K Jayan, Kalabhavan Mani, Riya Sen, Revathyj and Others
Sivapuram is a Malayalam movie originally which was released in the year 2005. In the year 2006, it was dubbed into Telugu and was enjoyed by the public for some days. Now, it is released in Tamil and it may be due to the horror fever which is gripping the Tamil movie audiences. The movie is about fantasy, black- magic, superstitions, evils and gods and the director has made it into a suspense thriller.
Starring: Anushka, Deepak, Sonu sood, Sayaji Shinde, Manorama
Arundhathi was the box office hit in tollywood that is dubbed in the same title in Tamil. Tamil Nadu cinema artists association head Ramanarayan bought the dubbing rights of the movie for huge sum of money that has never spent on any other dubbed movies ever. Appealing visuals combined with graphical technicalities has been producer M. Shyam Prasad Reddy’s stronghold since his first inception ‘Ammoru’ which gave way for wonders in Telugu cinema. Following the movie’s smash hit ‘Anji’ came posing an unique plot filled with twists and turns. The delay in the release of Shyam Prasad’s latest movie ‘Arundhathi’ has no way affected its charm. His passion for cinema made him undergo such a long project that took 3 years to be conceived on celluloid. The makers unveiled the Sankranthi special film on Jan 16th that has made the audience spellbound. The days and months of burning the mid-night oil and the filmmakers toil could be related on screen. When I come doesn’t matter but how I impress when I arrive does. In the same way, the days we took to finish is not what matters but the quality work bought out does. These could be the words rewinding in Shyam Prasad’s mind and it reflects in the end product. Read below for a concise review on ‘Arundhati’.