Vada Chennai: Dhanush-Vetrimaaran film asked to mute references to Jayalalithaa, Karunanidhi by CBFC
Directed by Vetrimaaran and produced by Dhanush, Vada Chennai chronicles 30 years in the life of a gangster from North Chennai.
Aishwarya Rajesh had featured in Chekka Chivanth Vaanam as a Sri Lankan Tamil girl and was hailed by most critics for her performance in the film
Chekka Chivantha Vaanam: Buzz around Mani Ratnam film growing with morning shows across Chennai, Bengaluru
The advance booking for Chekka Chivantha Vaanam has been phenomenal in urban areas in Tamil Nadu, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, North Indian multiplexes and in USA.
Arun Vijay on working with Mani Ratnam on Chekka Chivantha Vaanam: "If you do a good shot, you can see the sparkle in his eyes."
Chekka Chivantha Vaanam poster: Arvind Swami, Arun Vijay, Simbu likely to play brothers in Mani Ratnam film
Chekka Chivantha Vaanam official poster is a collage of all the four primary character posters that were revealed previously
Chekka Chivantha Vaanam makers had previously disclosed the characters that actors Arvind Swami and Arun Vijay will be essaying, that of Varathan and Thyagu, respectively
Trisha Krishnan opts out of Vikram's Saamy Square due to creative differences; makers finalise Aishwarya Rajesh
Talented actress Aishwarya Rajesh has replaced Trisha Krishnan in Saamy Square. It has now become obvious that Chiyaan Vikram plays a dual role in the film
The first look of Vetrimaaran's Vada Chennai features Dhanush, handcuffed, peeping out of a PCR van ambitiously
Dhruva Natchathiram, starring Vikram, Ritu Varma and Aishwarya Rajesh, is a high-budget Tamil spy-thriller.
Arjun Rampal will play gangster-turned politician Arun Gawli, who was seen by some as a Robin Hood-figure.
Sakhavu stars Nivin Pauly in a double role – as Krishna Kumar a.k.a. Kichchu, whose membership of the student outfit SFK is solely driven by his ambitions for himself; and as the younger version of a veteran Communist leader called Krishnan, willing to give up his life for workers’ rights