Familiar political rhetoric that we have seen in hundreds of Tamil films plays out and Chezhiyan is in the hospital in critical condition with Dr Gayathri (Trisha), a pulmonologist, assigned to his care.Written and directed by K Thirugnanam, the initial portions of the film are not so loosely based on the constant newsreel during former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalitha’s battle for her life in a Chennai hospital.
If you thought press meets are platforms for the press to interact with a film’s crew and get to ask them questions, talk about cinema, the craft and the art, spare a thought for those of us who suffer them each week. Forget about artistes respecting our time and giving us an interview, it has reached a point especially in Kollywood where they’re nothing more than a source of entertainment for the press. The media and the poor invitees who make up the audience get to witness two films at once — the film they are all there to talk about and the one the crew and special guests put on in front of the press. Even if the actual film fails, you’re guaranteed some fun beforehand.
The trailer of Trisha’s 60th film — Paramapadham Vilayattu — released today on her birthday, and it has set high expectations. The film is her first political thriller. It is written and directed by K Thirugnanam, and starts Imaika Nodigal fame actor Manasvi as Trisha’s daughter.
Cast : Trisha,Nandha,Richard,AL Azhagappan, Vela Ramamoorthy, Chaams, Sona and others. Director : K. Thirugnanam Producer : 24 HRS Productions Editor : Pradeep E Ragav Music : Amrish Cinematographer : J. Dinesh
The teaser of actress Trisha Krishnan starrer Raangi is out now. The film helmed by M Saravanan is being bankrolled by Subaskaran under his Lyca Productions banner. The story has been penned by the director’s mentor AR Murugadoss. It is also noteworthy that AR Murugadoss’ current project Darbar, due for release on Pongal 2020 is also being commissioned by Lyca Productions.
Recently, actor Lal confirmed on social media that he will be a part of director Mani Ratnam’s adaptation of Kalki’s Ponniyin Selvan along with several others like Amitabh Bachchan, Karthi, Vikram, Jayam Ravi, Aishwarya Rai. Now, sources close to the production have confirmed that actress Trisha Krishnan has also been roped in for the magnum opus though an official announcement is yet to be made. This will be the second association of the actor and director after Ayitha Ezhuthu (2004).
Actor Trisha’s next film with director Saravanan of Engeyum Epoodhm fame has reportedly been titled Raangi. The story and script for the film is by AR Murugadoss, and production is by Lyca.
Director AR Murugadoss has written the story and script for Trisha’s next with director Saravanan of Engeyum Epoodhm fame. Trisha, who is busy working on her film with Simran, recently signed up for this movie. Murugadoss has previously worked as the producer of Engeyum Epoodhm in 2011. He has also written the script of the Tamil version of Avengers: End Game, scheduled for release this month.
Speculations are rife that a Tamil remake of Badla is being planned with Radha Mohan as the director, and Trisha playing the role of Taapsee Pannu from the original. It was reported that Dhananjayan has bought the rights to the remake, but the producer has denied this as a rumour.
17 years ago, a young woman won the Beautiful Smile Award at the Miss India pageant. The next year she acted in her first Tamil film.
What we want is that Bhansali’s team should screen the movie for historians and intellectuals before releasing it as we are afraid and concerned that historical facts have been distorted in the movie,” Vishavbandhu Rathore, Pradesh Mahasachiv Sri Rajput Karni Sena, a Rajput community organisation, said.