The maker of Naan Ee is back with a historical-fantasy saga. Director Rajamouli’s Baahubali, a bilingual (Tamil/Telugu), has Prabhas, Rana, Satyaraj, Anushka and Tamannah sharing frames. “For me, it’s like a re-launch. It’s a new look and a totally new scope in terms of character,” says Tamannah, adding, “I’m excitedly waiting for the audience reaction.” The film (releasing today) promises to be a visual spectacle with emotion and drama woven in.
A couple in love strike a suicide pact, and ensure that their statement and death are captured on their mobile phones. “It’s a beginning that’s not been seen on theTamil screen,” says director SN Ariraman. His film Meenakshi Kadhalan Elangovan (releasing today), is a touching rustic love story that raises many relevant questions, the director adds.
“This is a story about a youngster who is fascinated by the lifestyle of rowdies, for they’re his real heroes. It’s also about how his attitude affects a girl’s life,” says debut director Santhosh Gopal about Ore Oru Raja Mokkaraja, which is releasing today. With freshers Sanjiv Murali and Sriraksha in the lead,
the film is a bilingual and will be released in Malayalam, too.