Hold on, Dhanush
With Pongal around the corner, and I and Aambala hitting theatres, films like Anegan (though completed) have to wait a few more weeks to get theatre space. Directed by K V Anand, Anegan has Dhanush and debutante Amyra Dastur (of Hindi film, Issaq) in the lead. Dhanush sports a variety of looks in what seems to be a performance-oriented role. Incidentally, AGS Entertainment, the filma��s producer, is also the distributors of IA� (in the Chennai-Chengalpat area).
The I promise
One of the most anticipated films in recent times, I marks the return of the Shankar-Vikram team, after Anniyan. Amy Jackson plays the female lead. Prosthetics play an important part in the film, the teasers of which show Vikram as a disfigured man and then a menacing beast. With Vikrama��s penchant for sinking his teeth into his characters, and with Shankara��s larger-than-life canvas, I, a festival release, promises to be an exciting romantic-action-thriller.
Mix and match
Vishal and Sundar C team up inA� Aambala, the formera��s home production. With Vishal romancing Hansika, the cast includes Vaibhav, Prabhu and Santhanam. Also part of the cast are senior heroines Ramya Krishnan, Kiran and Aishwarya, in supporting roles. A light-hearted entertainer, it promises to be a blend of sentiment, romance and comedy a�� Sundar C style. The family entertainer seems an ideal festival fare.