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 […]
Dhanush and director Vetrimaaran have said that Vada Chennai 2 is on and reports about the film being shelved are rumours.
The makers of Vada Chennai, as promised, have removed a controversial scene from the movie and in its place have added two other scenes. This follows objections raised by members of the fishing community in Chrnnai.
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.
Vetrimaaran revealed that he wanted an ‘A’ certificate for his Vada Chennai. The A certificate was necessary in order to stay truthful to the content of the movie, the director said at press meet of the movie.
This week’s Tamil releases are Vada Chennai, Sandakozhi 2, Ezhumin and Andava Kaanom. Malayalam has Koodasha, while Hello Guru Prema Kosame is the Telugu new release. Badhaai Ho, Namaste England and Dark Side of Life: Mumbai City are the Hindi releases.
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.
The makers of Vetrimaaran’s Vada Chennai, a gangster drama starring Dhanush, Aishwarya Rajesh, Andrea Jeremiah, released the film’s audio on Sunday.
Director Vetrimaaran’s new movie Vada Chennai will release on October 17. Dhanush, who plays the lead character in the movie, took to Twitter to announce the release date.
Where we say Chekka Chivantha Vaanam could learn a thing or two from Vada Chennai
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. […]
Dhanush’s Anbu takes centrestage in the recently-released teaser for Vada Chennai, unveiled to commemorate his 35th birthday. Director Vetrimaaran offers viewers glimpses into the life of a local carrom champ as he transforms into someone who defends North Madras with his sweat and blood.
National Award winner Vetrimaaran’s ambitious film Vada Chennai is all set to hit screen this September. Actor Dhanush in his tweet mentioned that the first part of the film’s official trailer will be launched on 28th July.
“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.
Tamil film Vada Chennai’s first look is out, revealing the name of Dhanush’s character. Playing Anbu, the actor revealed in a tweet that it’s just not his name. In Tamil, அன்பு also means ‘Love’. In the poster, he is seen looking at his ‘love’, played by Aishwarya Rajesh.
Vetrimaaran has finally finished shooting the first part of Vada Chennai. The film set in the 1980s North Madras, is being made in three parts, starring Dhanush in the lead. Samuthirakani, who has a crucial role in the film, shared a photo from the sets with co-stars and technicians working on the project.
Dhanush will resume shooting for Vetri Maaran’s Vada Chennai this week, after a gap of almost one year. The shoot officially began during June last year.
In what is possibly the third change in the casting of the female lead, Aishwarya Rajesh has replaced Amala Paul in Dhanush’s Vada Chennai. Earlier, Samantha Ruth Prabhu had reportedly been the film’s first choice. Vada Chennai is directed by Vetri Maaran.
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.”