7am Arivu is a about to begin
The shooting of Suriya’s upcoming flick “7am Arivu” has come to an end, leaving the post-production work to be done. The film is a sci-fi directed by A.R.Murugadoss of “Ghajini” fame, produced by Udhayanidhi Stalin and has music scored by Harris Jayaraj.
The film is a fresh script which will have the audience at the edge of their seats. The film also marks the debut of Shruti Haasan in Kollywood. Let’s hope the film brings out the same success as “Ghajini.”
Remember the name “Duraiamma?” It’s the name of the character that British actress Amy Jackson played in the very popular “Madrasapattinam” which starred the handsome actor Arya and directed by Vijay.
The director of the recently-released “Deiva Thirumagal” with Vikram will have Amy Jackson acting under his direction again. The film is also going to have Vikram acting in the lead and is billed to be an action thriller. The rest of the cast is yet to be finalised.
Jayam Ravi has been receiving positive reviews after his performance as the lover boy in “Engeyum Kadhal” which was directed by Prabhu Deva. The actor is currently acting in “Aadhi Baghavan” and was supposed to simultaneously shoot for another film titled “Boologam.” Unfortunately the shooing of the film had to be delayed due to Jayam Ravi’s facial hair. The actor is currently sporting a thick beard in “Aadhi Baghavan” which the “Boologam team find quite rough looking and would prefer the actor to have stubble instead.
Therefore the actor will be completing the shoot for “Aadhi Baghavan” and then commence on his next film. The things you have to do because of a beard….
Mamta is back!
The sexy singer-cum-actress Mamta Mohandas is back on our screens. After starring in “Sivapathikaram” with Vishal and “Guru En Aalu” with Madhavan & Abbas, the beauty will be now starring in “Thadayara Thakka” opposite Arun Vijay. The actress was roped in after Bollywood girl Prachi Desai walked out of the film without any reason or notice! The film will be directed by Magizh Thirumeni who directed “Mundhinam Parthaney.”