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Rajnikanth, Kamal Haasan And A.R. Rahman Together!

If there is any occasion that will bring these superstars together, they must be doing it for a substantial reason. Well, this is all for the sake of lyric writer Vairamuthu, who has penned 7000 lyrics for film songs. The lyric writer commenced his journey in film industry through the song ‘Idhu Oru Pon Maalai Pozhuthu’ for the film ‘Nizhalgal’. Almost all his songs have been chartbusters including the recent ones ‘Arima Arima’ and rest of the numbers in Rajnikanth’s ‘Endhiran’.

Kamal Haasan Turns Lyricist And Playback Singer For Manmadhan Ambu

Kamal Haasan and Rajnikanth are two of the stalwarts of the South Indian film industry and the audience loves to see these maestros onscreen. Kamal Haasan’s next film ‘Manmadhan Ambu’ is going to be release by the end of this year and already it is hogging the limelight for its uniqueness. KS Ravikumar is very excited about this new movie and he promises a once-in-lifetime experience to the audience.

Manmadhan Ambu Will Be Dubbed In Hindi And Telugu

Tamil film industry is expanding its territory across various regions now. With Superstar Rajnikanth’s Endhiran rocking at its best in both Hindi and Telugu versions, it has paved way for other actors to dub their films in these languages now. It has been already confirmed that Suriya’s upcoming film Ezham Arivu will be dubbed in Telugu and Hindi as well.

New-dimensional Pomotional Campaigns Of Tamil Film Industry

Launching albums in foreign lands have become the latest trends of the Tamil film industry. It all started with Gowtham Menon’s ‘Vinnaithaandi Varuvaaya’ that had its music released in London. The film gained international recognition with such publicity. Witnessing such attributes, the other producers decided to release their film’s music in other regions as well.

Bollywood Calls Shankar s Boys

Director Shankar always has huge fans following him in non-Tamil speaking territories as well. Of course, the filmmaker’s previous films dubbed in Telugu and Hindi have made it bigger that includes Kamal Haasan’s Indian dubbed as Hindustani and Anniyan as Apparachit. Witnessing the grand success of Robot (Hindi version of Superstar Rajnikanth’s Endhiran), Shankar’s yesteryear blockbuster Boys is likely to be dubbed in Hindi now.

New-dimensional Pomotional Campaigns Of Tamil Film Industry

Launching albums in foreign lands have become the latest trends of the Tamil film industry. It all started with Gowtham Menon’s ‘Vinnaithaandi Varuvaaya’ that had its music released in London. The film gained international recognition with such publicity. Witnessing such attributes, the other producers decided to release their film’s music in other regions as well.