Bellamkonda Suresh is one of the foremost producers of the Telugu film industry. As per some reports in the South Indian entertainment media, Suresh has acquired the remake rights of the most recent Tamil blockbuster, Kaavalan, which has, as its central characters, Vijay and Asin. The Tamil film fraternity is commonly labeled as Kollywood. More particulars about the Telugu remake are likely in the near future.
Vijay’s 51st film ‘Kaavalan’ has been constantly facing so many troubles that has been hassling its release. First it was the issue of Asin visiting Sri Lanka followed by theatre owners and distributors demanding compensation for the loss of Vijay’s previous films. It is worth mentioning that Vijay’s previous 6 films except ‘Pokkiri’ were average fares that drenched distributors and exhibitors in deep loss. However, with these issues getting close towards a proper resolution, the producers and actor Vijay had again faced some problem.
: Controversy is the name of the game for South Indian actor Vijay. The actor, who has usually maintained a low profile in front of the media is thus tempted to come to his own defense. First, there were accusations against Vijay’s upcoming Kollywood release ‘Kaavalan’. Next, we get to hear that after being roped to play the prized role of Aamir Khan’s in the Tamil remake of Bollywood blockbuster film 3 Idiots, Vijay has walked out of the project. And yet again is the surprising revelation that the actor will join active politics in his native state.
Vijay and Asin’s fans all over the world will have to wait for next six weeks to watch their latest Tamil movie ‘Kaavalan’. The film was set to release in a couple of weeks but the Madras High court has given a stay order for other countries except India. The reason behind this delay is a conflict regarding the distribution rights of the movie.
Kamal Haasan’s ‘Manmadhan Ambu’ and Vijay’s ‘Kaavalan’ backing off from the Diwali release race, the medium and low budget movies are on its way of hitting screens on this festive occasion. Dhanush-Genelia D’ Souza starrer ‘Uthama Puthiran’, a remake of Telugu movie ‘Ready’ is directed by Jawahar Mithran. The filmmaker has already remade couple of Telugu blockbusters with the same actor titled ‘Yaaradi Nee Mohini’ and ‘Kutty’. If this turns to be a hit film, then Mithran-Dhanush are sure to join the league of successful remake duo combos like Ravi-Raja.
It looks like Tamil film fans will be disappointed for this Diwali as their favorite actors’ films aren’t likely to hit screens for the festive occasion. First it was Vijay’s Kaavalan that was scheduled to hit screens on Diwali and is now postponed to December due to delayed shooting schedules.
In recent times, actor Vijay has been often hitting headlines for signing so many big projects at the same time. However, the actor has now announced that his next project will be with director Seeman.
Ilayathalapathy Vijay’s fans are curiously awaiting the release of his 51st film Kaavalan. The film was scheduled to get released for the occasion of Diwali and is now reported of being postponed to December. The film is produced by C Ramesh Babu under the banner of Eka Veera Creations and is directed by Siddhique, who made the original version Bodyguard as well.
Jeyam Ravi-Hansika Motwani starrer ICH has been renamed as Engeyum Kadhal. The film is directed by choreographer-actor turned filmmaker Prabhu Deva and is produced by Kalpathi S Agoram. The film went on floors before couple of months and has been completed within a period of 46 days. Major portions of the film have been shot across exotic foreign locations.
Vikram Kumar’s debut directorial ‘Alai’ starring Simbhu and Trisha in lead roles didn’t yield him favorable results. Nearly after 5 year of long sabbatical gap, director Vikram Kumar earned his reputation with the grand success of his bilingual movie ‘Yaavarum Nalam ‘(Hindi version titled 13B). He got himself leaping with best laurels as Hollywood’s leading production company Weinstein Pictures acquired international remake rights of this supernatural thriller.