Keeping it light
Aadhi has his fingers crossed for his next film, Yagavarayinum Na Kakkaa, a bilingual that is set to hit theatres today.“Unlike my earlier films, I’m not carrying any heavy baggage here. I play a boy-next-door character, where I can be myself,” says the actor.The film, a home production starring Nikki Galrani and Mithun Chakravarthy,is directed by Aadhi’s brother, Satya Prabhas.
Slice of real
A team of technicians from the M.G.R Govt Film & Television institute, Taramani make their debut in Oru Thozhan Oru Thozhi (releasing today). The maiden directorial venture of P Mohan stars newbies Meenesh Krishna and Asthra. “It depicts the life of people living below the poverty line. The plot centres on the deep friendship between a small town boy and a girl,” says the exceutive producer, Mahathara.
Among half- a-dozen releases this Friday, the sci-fi comedy Indru Netru Naalai. has Vishnu, Mia George and Karunakaran in the cast. This time travel plot is helmed by debut director Ravikumar. The escapist adventure is expected to be on the lines of the breezy hilarious Mundasuppatti, a landmark film in Vishnu’s career.