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GV Prakash’s Untitled Project With Varsha Bollamma To Be Bankrolled By A New Banner; K Productions Bows Out

GV Prakash Kumar at The 'Zee Cine Awards'

Actor-composer-singer GV Prakash who was last seen in director MM Chandramouli’s 100% Kadhal has a string of upcoming films as an actor and composer at various stages of production. Among his acting ventures, an update about the untitled project helmed by debut director Mathimaran Pugazhendhi, a former assistant to director Vetrimaaran, has surfaced.


While it was announced earlier that producer SN Rajarajan of K Productions will bankroll the film, the latest is that a new production banner by the name of DG Film Company will commission the film. The reason for the shift in banner although is not known.

The film that was announced last year has 96fame Varsha Bollamma in the lead with Vaagai Chandrasekar, debutant Guna, and entrepreneur Sam Paul playing important roles. Director Gautham Vasudev Menon has been roped in to play the antagonist.

The movie will see Vishnu Rangasamy handling the camera, S Ilayaraja take care of editing and GV Prakash in-charge of the music. GV reportedly plays a college student in the film, and the story revolves around the difficulties he faces outside the college.

More details about the film will reportedly be announced in the coming days.


Meanwhile, GV will next be seen in Sathish Selvakumar’s Bachelor, Ricky Burchell’s Trap CityVasanthabalan‘s JailKamal Prakash’s Kadhalika YaarumillaiRavi Arasu‘s AyngaranEzhil‘s Aayiram JenmangalShanmugam Muthusamy‘s Adangatheyand in an untitled remake of a Malayalam film.

As a composer, Prakash is composing for few of the films listed above like Ayngaran, Jail, Kadhalika Yaarumillai, Sudha Kongara‘s Soorarai PottruVetrimaaran’s Vaadi Vaasaland director Vijay‘s Thalaivi.

His composition Veyyon Silli for Soorarai Pottru has raked in more than 11 million views, topping the charts. Other songs from the album have been performing well too. Recently, he put out a tweet informing fans that he had begun work for Vaadi Vaasal and promised them that the album, his 75th, would be a special one.

Listen to Veyyon Silli here.