Song Of The Day: Kaarkuzhal Kadavaiye From ‘Vada Chennai’

Song: Kaarkuzhal Kadavaiye Composer: Santhosh Narayan Singers: Sriram Parthasarathy, Vijaynarian, Ananthu, Pradeep Kumar, Santhosh Narayan Lyrics: Vivek Actors: Dhanush, Aishwarya Rajesh. On director Vetrimaaran’s birthday, we are listening to Kaarkuzhal Kadavaiye from his movie Vada Chennai starring Dhanush and Aishwarya Rajesh. The song composed by Santhosh Narayan starts off slowly, glides beautifully, touches highs, lows […]

Vetrimaaran To Remove Offensive Content From ‘Vada Chennai’

Vetrimaaran has tendered an unconditional apology to those hurt by his recently released Vada Chennai. The director says that it was not his intention or that of his team to offend sentiments and that he will remove the offensive scenes from the film in ten days’ time. Through a video, the director addressed the grievances of the fishermen and women who protested against the way they had been depicted in the film.

Vada Chennai Review: Portrait Of A Gangster Amidst Gentrification

Vetri Maaran’s Vada Chennai – first part of a planned trilogy – begins in medias res inside a local eatery where a sickle with pulpy flesh still clinging to it is flung across a table where food and plates must be.There is a mysterious woman posing as a chronicler, commenting on present and future events – possibly the stand-in for Macbeth’s three witches that Vetri Maaran mentioned in a recent interview.

Vada Chennai Teaser Starring Dhanush, Andrea Jeremiah, Aishwarya Rajesh, Ameer Sultan

Starring: Dhanush, Kishore Kumar, P. Samuthirakani, Daniel Balaji, Pavan, Andrea Jeremiah, Aishwarya Rajesh and Ameer Written & Directed by Vetri Maaran Producer: Dhanush Executive Producer: Vinod Kumar Music: Santhosh Narayanan DOP: R. Velraj Art: Jacki Editor: G. B. Venkatesh – R. Ramar Stunts: Dhilip Subbarayan Production Controller: S. P. Chokkalingam Audiography: T. Udayakumar Makeup: B. […]

Aishwarya Rajesh Plays Padma In Vada Chennai; AR Rahman To Compose Music For Hindi Remake Of The Fault In Our Stars

“Starting in the late 1940s — in a newly independent India finding its place in the world — Madhubala often portrayed modern young women testing the limits of traditions.On Thursday, Vada Chennai’s first look was out, revealing the name of Dhanush’s character.  Playing Anbu, the actor revealed in a tweet that it’s just not his name.

Vada Chennai Will Take A Long Time – Vetrimaaran

Vetrimaaran has said that Vada Chennai will take a long time to get completed. The director, in conversation with Silverscreen, said: “We’ve been facing delays since the beginning. First, I had to go to promote Visaaranai’s publicity for Oscars. Then, Dhanush had to leave to finish his films. So the first part itself will be a little late.”