Friday 12th April 2024
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Kollyburst 33

 6 – Shaam
Director VZ Durai has brought a few interesting stories to Kollywood in the past, including “Thotti Jaya” and “Nepali”. Now the director is currently working with flick titled “6” starring Shaam.
The actor will appear in three different get-ups and has been working out in the gym for the last two weeks for one of his roles. Are we expecting a 6 pac on our screens?
Next on Ponniyan Selvan…
A list of top film makers are being brought together by Mani Ratnam for his upcoming epic film, “Ponniyan Selvan”. First we heard that Director Vasanth is on the team with Mani Ratnam and now Ace Camera man-cum-director P.C. Sreeram has joined the bandwagon too.
Both directors have a great knowledge of the novel Ponniyan Selvan, so there is no doubt that their film will be picture perfect. While Ilayathalapathy Vijay has been confirmed as the lead, the rest of the cast is yet to be finalised.
Rajini and his buddy together!
The news about Raana just gets better and better!
It has been noted that another legendary icon will be sharing the screen space with our dear Superstar Rajinikanth in this mega project. It is none other than Bollywood icon, Amitabh Bachchan. He will be in a special role during the second half of the film although his character is yet unknown.
Both seniors are best buddies and have acted together in many films – mainly Hindi. As well as this, most of Rajini’s Tamil films were remakes of Amitabh’s Hindi films.
So that’s Big B, Deepika Padukone, A.R.Rahman….who’s next?
Welcome Allu Arjun!
With his extreme good looks and talent, Allu Arjun has everything in his favour; the boy even has the biggest female fan base in Tollywood.
Now the actor is going to reach Kollywood, as he starts his acting career in Tamil. The actor knows Chennai very well, and production house Gemini Labs are looking to rope in Allu Arjun for a full-length Tamil film. The film may be directed by Suseendran. Many of Allu Arjun’s Telugu films have already been remade and been a success in Tamil.
Could this mean a whole new competition for our young Tamil heroes? Let the battle begin!
Words: Nish Raj ©