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Monday, November 24, 2008

I want to FIGHT piracy – Jayam Ravi

The 'Jayam' Ravi starrer 'Dhaam Dhoom' is releasing this weekend and the actor had voiced his intent to do away with pirated VCDs and DVDs of the film. As reported earlier, Media One Global Entertainment, the producers of the film along with Tamil Thiraipada Padhugappu Kazhagam have come up with a novel way to fight piracy. A 24 hour anti-piracy cell with ten phone lines are to be opened soon so that the general public can call in to report anyone found with illegal VCDs or DVDs. It is not clear yet if the callers would be rewarded or not.

'Jayam' Ravi endorsing this move said, "There are no crowds to theatres to watch good quality movies these days. It is only for semi-pornographic movies with obscene elements that they prefer to come in private and watch in cinema halls. People should be made to be aware of the hardship this causes the film industry and hence help in cracking down the video buccaneers."

Clampdown of video piracy will surely bring back some crowds to theatres and relieve the film fraternity to an extent. But then it is not just the video piracy the lone reason for appalling the film industry. Exorbitant charges by multiplexes, badly maintained theatres and dreary themes are also the other deterrents as they indirectly encourage the escalation of the illegal VCD/DVD businesses.

This is something 'Jayam' Ravi and his fellow warriors against piracy should probably take note of if piracy can REALLY be killed.

The actor also expressed his willingness to join forces with other young artistes in coming up with innovative ideas to kill piracy.

Terminator in Kollywood

It is a coup of sorts. Ayngaran International and director Jananathan have managed to rope in the 6ft 5inches Austrian giant Roland Kickinger to

play the all-important villain’s role in Jayam Ravi’s action adventure Peranmai, being shot in the beautiful green Vagamon in Kerala and Dindigul and Kuttralam areas in Tamil Nadu.

Wondering who this Roland Kickinger is? He is the replacement for Arnold Schwarzenegger, currently the California Governor, who was earlier the most popular action hero in Hollywood, acting in mega hits like the Terminator
series. Roland is now playing the role of Cyborg T-800, made famous by Arnold, in the new Terminator Salvation (Terminator 4) releasing as the big summer release in May 2009 in the US.

Like Arnold, he is not only from Austria but also a body builder and won the Mr Universe title in 1995 and then moved over to Hollywood where he has done 20 odd films. Says Jananathan, who kept the participation of the Hollywood action hero a secret, “Roland is truly a top Hollywood action hero, and to have him as a part of Peranmai is a dream come true. One of the highlights of the film is the superb, action scenes between Jayam Ravi and Roland.”

Terminator joins 'Jayam' Ravi for 'Peranmai'

Tamil film audiences are in for a spectacular treat when the Jananathan-directed 'Peranmai' releases. The film starring 'Jayam' Ravi has successfully brought the present Terminator, Roland Kickinger to play the villain.


Roland Kickinger is the replacement to the famous Arnold Schwarzenegger for the now legendary Terminator series. Arnold Schwarzenegger is now the Governor of California and has bid adieu to acting. Roland Kickinger, also an Austrian won the Mr. Universe title in the year 1995 after which he worked for about twenty Hollywood films. Since he has the capacity to be mighty powerful on screen he has been cast as the replacement for big Arnie to play cyborg T 800 in Terminator 4 (Terminator Salvation).

Interestingly the star of the to-be-released Terminator 4, who stands six feet and five inches tall will play the villain of 'Peranmai' and probably will be bashed up by 'Jayam' Ravi. Should be a sight for sore eyes….

'Peranmai' is produced by Ayngaran International and has been shot in various locations including Kuttralam, Dindugal and certain parts of Kerala.

Vijay, fans observe fast to express solidarity for Sri Lankan Tamils

In a silent protest, sans inflammatory speeches, leading Tamil actor Vijay and his fans' organizations observed an eight-hour fast on Sunday, in order to express the actor's solidarity for the cause of Sri Lankan Tamils in Chennai. Vijay had earlier participated in the fast organized by the South Indian Film Artistes Association in the city last month over the same issue.

Joining the massive crowd of fans at Chepauk, were Vijay's parents - his father, veteran director S A Chandrasekar, inaugurated the agitation - and his wife Sangeetha. Other prominent celebrities present at the venue were - directors Perarasu and Selvabharathy; actors Mansoor Ali Khan, Jayam Ravi, Vikranth and Sriman.

Vijay informed the reporters that similar fast were being organized by his fans in 37 places across the state. He said: "It is my effort to show my support for the suffering Tamils in Sri Lanka. I am happy and consider myself privileged to be part of the agitation."

At Vijay's request, his fans had also sent thousands of telegrams to the Prime Minister urging him to pressurize the Sri Lankan government to find an amicable solution to the crisis. Expressing confidence that the situation in the island nation would improve soon, Vijay said: "We can't go to Sri Lanka and fight for the Tamils. This agitation is an attempt to show our strong support to them."

The actor surprised everyone by speaking a few lines in Sinhalese, as he thanked all his fans for their support and appreciated their care for their fellow human beings.

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Five heroines in 'Peraanmai'

Jananathan, the director of the national award-winning film 'Iyarkai', is now directing 'Jeyam' Ravi in his next film 'Peraanmai'. Jananathan's earlier film 'Eee' too earned him rave reviews for taking up the cause of exposing the criminal tendency that had come to plague the medical profession.

Five heroines in Peraanmai

'Peraanmai' boasts of five heroines namely Tanshika, Saranya, Vasundhara, Liyasri and Varsha, all newcomers. Their membership fee to enroll themselves as artistes with the Nadigar Sangam (amounting to Rs.1.25 lakhs @ Rs.25,000/- per person) has reportedly been paid up by the producer i.e. Ayngaran Films International Ltd.

One only hopes that all these promising youngsters are paid up their fees for acting in the film too, as promptly by the producer as it has taken care of their membership fee with the Nadigar Sangam!

Ravi shows great maturity in riveting romantic thriller by late director

After the successful run of Santhosh Subramaniam on the South African cinema circuit, another film starring Jayam Ravi is to be released locally in a fortnight. It’s Dhaam Dhoom, the much publicised last film made by the late Jeeva, in which Ravi plays opposite Kangana Ranaut, in her Tamil debut. Others in the cast are Jayaram, Lakshmi Rai and Russian actress Kojernikova Maria.

Jeeva’s previous films were all pure romances. Dhaam Dhoom was his first attempt at a thriller. His untimely death was a double tragedy, as Dhaam Dhoom proves he was a director of great potential.

It is not only the actors, the acting and the brilliant script that make Dhaam Dhoom a riveting film, but also the brilliant, seamless synthesis of the technical aspects into an impressive tapestry of talent. It is a thriller cumromance with an interesting narrative style that flits between the past and present.

Goutham Subramaniam (Ravi) is a doctor chosen to represent India at a medical conference in Russia. He is reluctant to go, as he is soon due to marry the beautiful Shenba (Ranaut). However, after being reminded of the honour of being chosen, he agrees to go.

In Russia, he meets the enigmatic Anna, an international model. Their paths cross on more than one occasion. One day, Goutham helps a very drunk and drugged Anna home and has no option but to keep her in his hotel room. He is awoken by the police the next morning deeply drugged. To his horror, he finds Anna’s lifeless body on the floor and her blood on his shirt. He is arrested and has a tough time declaring his innocence, as the policemen speak only Russian.

He appeals for help to the Indian embassy in Moscow, and a young lawyer (Lakshmi Rai) is appointed to assist him.

Goutham realises that he faces a bleak future unless he can prove his innocence, which is impossible while he is behind bars. He escapes from custody, and so begins a race against time and against two adversaries, the police, on one hand, and the real killers. Interspersed between these incidents is the romance between him and Shenba.

What makes Dhaam Dhoom an outstanding film is the excellence of the technical aspects. At the top of the list is Harris Jayaraj’s outstanding background score. The scenes filmed in Russia comprise his best work to date. The songs, which are all popular, are even better on screen, with innovative set designs, brilliant choreography, slick editing and superb cinematography.

Ravi shows great maturity as an actor. He executes the action scenes brilliantly and is delightful in the romantic interludes.

Ranaut has the looks but seems ill cast as a village lass. She emotes well and is impressive in the second half.

Dhaam Dhoom has all the makings of a hit and it is little wonder it has done so well overseas. It will appeal to a wide audience of all ages and backgrounds.

Bring the girls together – Kollywood Mantra

Trends keep changing all the time and the Tamil film industry seems to have settled down on a particular style these days. This trend possibly could bring cheer to a lot of hearts.

Here's the blueprint of the latest trend:

Cast a hero and then make wide preparations to rope in about half a dozen heroines for the film. The movie could work wonders at the box office.

In recent times director Selvah seems to have started this with the film 'Naan Avan Illai'. The film starred five heroines – Sneha, Namitha, Jyothirmayi, Malavika and Keerthi Chawla.

'Rajathi Raja', a film by Sakthi Chidambaram and starring Ragava Larencce seems to follow this trend religiously. Half a dozen girls are part of the film. Snigtha, Meenakshi, Samiksha, Kamna Jethmalani, Mumtaz and Kiran. Looks like Ragava Larencce would be the most envied man in town soon as he would be seen romancing all these six beauties within a span of two and a half hours.

Similarly, director Jagan is all set to direct a film starring Pasupathy which would have five heroines. Rumors are agog that director Jananathan's 'Peranmai' featuring 'Jayam' Ravi in the lead role has six heroines.

Joining the list is the remake of a yesteryear Tamil classic 'Nootrukku Nooru'. Vinay plays the lead role in the film. The original version, directed by K Balachander featured Jaishankar in the lead role. This film too is expected to have as many as five female screen sizzlers. The latest buzz is that three out of five heroines for the movie have been roped in by director Selva who has been entrusted the responsibility of directing this flick and they are Sneha, Lakshmi Rai and Gajala. Yesteryear heroine Kasthuri is reportedly playing a pivotal role. D Imman would handle the music part.

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Ravi shows great maturity in riveting romantic thriller by late director

After the successful run of Santhosh Subramaniam on the South African cinema circuit, another film starring Jayam Ravi is to be released locally in a fortnight. It’s Dhaam Dhoom, the much publicised last film made by the late Jeeva, in which Ravi plays opposite Kangana Ranaut, in her Tamil debut. Others in the cast are Jayaram, Lakshmi Rai and Russian actress Kojernikova Maria.

Jeeva’s previous films were all pure romances. Dhaam Dhoom was his first attempt at a thriller. His untimely death was a double tragedy, as Dhaam Dhoom proves he was a director of great potential.

It is not only the actors, the acting and the brilliant script that make Dhaam Dhoom a riveting film, but also the brilliant, seamless synthesis of the technical aspects into an impressive tapestry of talent. It is a thriller cumromance with an interesting narrative style that flits between the past and present.

Goutham Subramaniam (Ravi) is a doctor chosen to represent India at a medical conference in Russia. He is reluctant to go, as he is soon due to marry the beautiful Shenba (Ranaut). However, after being reminded of the honour of being chosen, he agrees to go.

In Russia, he meets the enigmatic Anna, an international model. Their paths cross on more than one occasion. One day, Goutham helps a very drunk and drugged Anna home and has no option but to keep her in his hotel room. He is awoken by the police the next morning deeply drugged. To his horror, he finds Anna’s lifeless body on the floor and her blood on his shirt. He is arrested and has a tough time declaring his innocence, as the policemen speak only Russian.

He appeals for help to the Indian embassy in Moscow, and a young lawyer (Lakshmi Rai) is appointed to assist him.

Goutham realises that he faces a bleak future unless he can prove his innocence, which is impossible while he is behind bars. He escapes from custody, and so begins a race against time and against two adversaries, the police, on one hand, and the real killers. Interspersed between these incidents is the romance between him and Shenba.

What makes Dhaam Dhoom an outstanding film is the excellence of the technical aspects. At the top of the list is Harris Jayaraj’s outstanding background score. The scenes filmed in Russia comprise his best work to date. The songs, which are all popular, are even better on screen, with innovative set designs, brilliant choreography, slick editing and superb cinematography.

Ravi shows great maturity as an actor. He executes the action scenes brilliantly and is delightful in the romantic interludes.

Ranaut has the looks but seems ill cast as a village lass. She emotes well and is impressive in the second half.

Dhaam Dhoom has all the makings of a hit and it is little wonder it has done so well overseas. It will appeal to a wide audience of all ages and backgrounds.

Friday, October 17, 2008

Marathi Film Festival at Cinemax

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Cinemax Multiplex held a week-long festival of popular Marathi films from September 26 to October 1 at its theatres in Versova, Thane, Sion, Nasik and Nagpur. The 3rd Annual Marathi Film Festival screened films like Tingya, Valu, De Dhakka, Saade Maade Teen, Doghat Teesra Baki Sagla Visra and Amhi Satpute.
The closing ceremony was held at Cinemax, Sion on October 1 where Marathi filmmakers were felicitated.

101st Rajasthani film released
Along with the local folk it is also the non-resident Rajasthanis (NRRs) who have deep love for their language, culture and heritage. The credit for producing the 101st Rajasthani film Thane Naina Mein Basa Liyun goes to Om Prakash Panwar, a Rajasthani businessman settled in Chennai. Produced under the banner of Shree Naveen Films, the romantic film jointly scripted and directed by producer Om Prakash Panwar and Dilraj Banjara, stars Jeet Upendra, Mamta Soni, Ramesh Tewari, Kishore Bhanushali and Prakash Mali. Appu has composed music for lyrics penned by Suresh Mali and Dilraj Banjara. The latest Rajasthani film was released in the first week of September.

Vasundhara in Mani Ratnam film!
Actress Adhisaya now wants to be known by her real name Vasundhara henceforth. Having played the heroine in Peranmai opposite ‘Jayam’ Ravi, in the recently released film Jeyam Kondaan, she plays the villain’s girlfriend. Though thrilled at the response she has received for her performance in the film, the young actress is keen on playing heroine again. “No matter how well one performs in various characters, the adulation and prospects that emanate for heroines is missing. Therefore, I want to play the lead,” she states. Incidentally, there is a whiff in the air that Vasundhara is being considered for a Mani Ratnam film. However, when queried, the actress replied, “I have nothing to say at the moment.”

Thursday, October 16, 2008

What a Loss?

There was great expectations for this movie of Jeeva.Especially after the Music and audio release, it but great hopes for the fans.But, unfortunately, the movie never lived up to the expectations.The director could not just give the continuity and details of some scenes that needed an explanation in the latter half.It wasn't his fault.After all, had Jeeva been there, this would definitely have been one of the best movies of Tamil Cinema.There haven't been many such subjects and movies in Tamil and this , I must say was a very brave attempt.In spite of all these comments and ratings, i personally liked the movie very much.But for some lack of clarifications like , why the bearer says two Bottles of Whiskey when just one was served, why Jayam Ravi Feels that jayaram was tearing the paper, and so on , the movie is still good.Jayam Ravi is Growing exponentially with every performance and movie of his.He is the next big thing down south.The songs are already a super duper hit and the movie is also good but for some small lack of clarifications here and there.I am very sure that it would have been a great hit had Jeeva had directed the whole movie.The Industry has not only Lost a Great Director in Jeeva, But also a Great Movie in Dhaam Dhoom.What a Loss??

Jayam Ravi Brother in Telegu

Director Raja is one man who is recognized for coming up with hits like 'Jayam' 'Unakkum Enakkum' 'Santosh Subramaniam' and others. However, this has given him a label of 'Remake Raja' since all his hit movies were remakes from Telugu so now he has resolute to break the curse and prove his mettle. So he has gone to the Telugu industry and soon he will be doing a film that will have the young rebel star Prabhas doing the lead role.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Jeyam Ravi’s next movie!!!!!!!!

Jeyam Raja, brother of Jeyam Ravi, has finally managed to obtain the remake rights of the telugu super hit movie, Bommarilu. There was a mad rush to obtain the remake rights of the movie.



The movie stars Jeyam Ravi and Genelia (who starred in the original version too). The brothers remade many telugu hits like Nuvastanante Nenodantana, Jeyam and Aama Naana Oka Tamizh Amayi.



Prakashraj who starred in the original version is cast in this movie also. Kalpathi S Aghoram, who produced the recent hit Thiritu Payale, is the producer of this movie and it has music by Devi Sri Prasad.

Jeyam Ravi with 5 heroines

S P Jananathan's next movie is with Jeyam ravi. The story was initially written for Kamal Hassan, as Kamal got busy with Dasavatharam, the next person S P Jananthan could think of was Jeyam ravi. It is good that Jeyam Ravi was chose for the role which kamal couldn't do. So Jeyam Ravi is has a good name in the industry. The other important thing about this movie is there are five heroins in this movie.

Jeyam Ravi and his brother Raja will not be seen together


The handsome brothers Jeyam Ravi and his director brother Raja will not be paired together here after. They have taken the decision unanimously not to work together .

Raja has churned out excellent family oriented movies like M Kumaran son of Mahalakshmi, Santosh Subramaniyam etc. Ravi already had a couple of movies while working with his brother.

Raja is trying to direct action packed movies with energy and vibrancy. He is on the hero hunt but Ravi is not his hero certainly. He is interacting with action heros at present.

Kollywood is his target. After this it will be his Telegu movie now. The brothers are tall and very handsome and attract girls to a great extent. Both are gifted with a good voice and dreamy eyes. Thier father is a renowned Telegu producer. Raja s Telegu hero is Prabhaas.

Called the Jeyam brothers they have made it big in a short span of time.

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Something Something

Comedian Sunil Does A Jayam Ravinz

Jayam Ravi Selja Sweet Hindi Song Tamil

Santhosh Subramaniam is a masala entertainer

'Love makes life beautiful' � says the tagline of Kalaprathi S Agoram's Santhosh Subramaniam directed by M Raja, and you realise, once you're out of the movie hall, that the underlying message applies not just to romantic relationships, but other kinds as well.

Take, for example, the relationship between Santhosh the protagonist ('Jeyam' Ravi) and his father Subramaniam (Prakashraj); the son is always subdued, eager to acquiesce to his father, not having a say in choosing even his own shirt. Everything, from business decisions and board meetings, arranging a marriage to eating puri the right way are designated by this domineering father who always seeks the best for his twenty-four year old son. No one else at home disagrees. They are caricatures, right from mother Geetha to his sisters and brother (Sadagopan Ramesh), nodding their heads in assent.

Enter Hasini (Genelia), who's everything a guy could possibly ask for: bubbly, effervescent like fresh champagne, and always blurting out the unexpected. She tumbles out of classrooms, befriends teashop owners, and calls the whole world her friend.

To Santhosh, who's never known what it is to be free and easy his own home, her naivet� and innocence are captivating. Through a series of comical and romantic interludes, assisted by his friends (Premji Amaren and Co), the two gradually strike up first a friendship � which blossoms into love.

And then begins the true test of any relationship: getting the parents to approve the girl. Santhosh has next to no idea about how to proceed, but valiantly tries to get his point across: he asks his father to just give the girl a chance. Seven days, and if she doesn't pass the test, she can pack her bags. With a Damocles' Sword hanging on her head, Hasini steps into her beloved's home.

A classy remake of the Telugu blockbuster Bommarillu (Toy-house), the movie is a love-story � but it strives to be something even more. Rarely do you get primary characters that are well etched; cinema has always portrayed its players in stereotypes. Here, however, the hero and heroine each come with their own quirks, distinctive flaws and plusses. Hasini might be a bubbly girl who sometimes gets on your nerves but she has a habit of bleating out every thing to everyone; Santhosh might be live in mortal fear of his father, but he still takes every chance to defy him out of the house. Where does a father's love end, and friendship begin?

'Jeyam' Ravi � sometimes known as 'Remake' Ravi for his extraordinary penchant for starring in remakes, performs with his usual flair in this one too.

Genelia appears a little too good to be true, at first. But her character grows on you.

As for Prakashraj, the role's a cakewalk. He's dignified, authoritative, domineering and downright infuriating. And in the end, when he holds his son's hand within his own, he brings an unexpected tear in your eye.

Shayaji Shinde's cameo as Genelia's father is thankfully too short to be of any importance; Kausalya and Geetha flit in and out of the frame, acting as the support system.

Devi Sri Prasad's music follows the Telugu version faithfully, right down to the background score � which is merry and uplifting. Senthamizh Pesum Azhagu Juliet sets the tone, while Yeppadi Iruntha Yem Manasu makes you tap your feet.

Editor Mohan's work is slick and neat, dwelling just the right amount in the right places, and moving away the narrative when necessary.

Yet another emotional, romantic piece that puts you in a good mood about life, love and relationships. Go for it.

Yet another ‘Jeyam’ Ravi-Raja combination


CHENNAI: The siblings are at it again. ‘Jayam’ Ravi and M. Raja, who set the box office cash registers ringing with ‘Jayam’, ‘M.Kumaran S/O Mahalakshmi’ and ‘Something Something Unakkum Enakkum’ on Monday launched their fourth film together titled ‘Santhosh Subramaniam’.

Like their earlier collaborations, the actor-director combination have once again borrowed the script from a Telugu blockbuster.

The film is a remake of ‘Bommarillu’, a smash hit in Telugu, starring actor Siddharth. AGS Entertainment, which produced last year’s sleeper hit ‘Thiruttu Payalae’, would produce the film.

The story revolves around a father-son relationship and has actor ‘Jayam’ Ravi playing the hero and actor Prakash Raj, his father.

Actor Jenelia will play the female lead. She acted in the original film as well.

Though the film is about a father and his son, it has an extraordinary love story to narrate, asserts the director. “I don’t think anyone can do as much justice to the script as the three lead artists,” Mr. Raja added.

The talkies portion of the film would be shot primarily in Chennai.

The director plans to take his crew abroad to shoot the songs.

The invitation for the launch featured about 30 popular father-son duos ranging from Shivaji Ganesan-Prabhu to Sivakumar-Suriya and Sathyaraj-Sibiraj.

Saturday, October 11, 2008

A review on Dhaam Dhoom

Jeeva, a talented person who gave the different and wonderful movie 12B and Ullam Ketkumae, is handled the film Dhaam Dhoom. Unfortunately his death has slow down the release of the movie. Jayam Ravi, a doctor selected by the government travel to Moscow to attend a medical conference with his wedding in just few days. There he was arrested by the cops as a suspect of murdering a girl. Raghavan(Jayaram), an officer from the Indian embassy and Aarti(Lakshmi Rai), a lawyer, are the only two people on his side. The remaining story says how the hero is relieving himself from the problem. Harris Jayaraj music is another blockbuster.

Kangna Ranaut’s ‘No’ to Mani Rathinam


Kangna Ranaut made her entry into Kollywood with the recently released ‘Dhaam Dhoom’, in which she starred opposite ‘Jeyam’ Ravi. The Bollywood actress has now made news by reportedly turning down an offer from the ace director Mani Rathinam to do a role in his next film.

Kangna, who has committed to do the leading role for the second time opposite ‘Jeyam’ Ravi in director Jananathan’s ‘Peraanmai’, was reportedly offered the role opposite Prithviraj in Mani Rathinam’s next film ‘Asokavanam’ (the title anyhow is yet to be confirmed).

As Kangna had already given bulk dates to Jananathan, she couldn’t give dates for Mani Rathinam and, therefore, had to turn down the offer!

Kangana Ranaut Proving a Big Hit Down South

Kangana Ranaut, who really wowed us in Life In A Metro, has proved a big star down south with her role in Dhaam Dhoom proving so successful that she has immediately signed up for a second Kollywood movie with the same actor, 'Jeyam' Ravi - this time, it's called Peraanmai.

Kangana has already made her mark in Bollywood with strong performances in Woh Lamhe, Gangster, for which she won the Best Female Debut Award and Shakalaka Boom Boom. She will very soon be seen in Fashion, where rumour has it that her acting is superb, plus Raaz 2 and Kites. Fashion will premiere at the South Asia International Film Festival in New York on October 24th.

In Raaz 2, Kangana gets involved in some serious lip-lock action with boyfriend Adhyayan, the son of Shekhar Suman. According to the unit, the two didn't even rehearse before they jumped straight into it. Kangana is known to like trying something different in each of her movies: "I don't really get excited doing something, someone has already done before. Good scripts with challenging characters excite me more. The things that have already been done don't excite me," she says.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Hollywood actors in 'Peranmai'

Latest reports indicate that director Jananathan has flown to the United States of America in order to choose some Hollywood actors for his forthcoming film 'Peranmai' that stars Jayam Ravi in the lead role.

Jananthan will conduct auditions with Hollywood stars in USA. An on-camera audition would be conducted. Five artistes from Hollywood would be roped in for the film.

Shooting however would happen in the forests of the rural Tamilnadu. A major portion of the movie has already been completed and Jayam Ravi plays a forest officer.

After 'Iyarkkai' and 'E', Jananathan has loaded the movie with action all through.

Ajith's thanks giving to AVM


The latest buzz about Ajith is his new commitment towards AVM production.

According to the sources, the 64 years old company has recently called Ajith for a discussion about their next project and the latter also promptly agreed to do the film.

Ajith, who has committed to do a film for Sivaji Productions, has given bulk dates to AVM productions for the new film.

Ajith accepted this film as a gesture of thanks giving to the company that produced a film Thirupathi, when the actor was in a state of confusion in selecting his films.
A couple of years ago AVM had produced the averagely successful Thirupathi with Ajith in the lead.According to the sources, S.P. Jananathan will direct the new film. The director is busy with Jayam Ravi starrer Peranmai. He will come to Ajith's project after completing Peranmai.

Recently Jananathan had reportedly narrated the story to Ajith and had got the actor's approval to move further with the project.

Vasundhara in Mani Ratnam's film?


Adhisaya was introduced through the film 'Vattaram'. The actress has decided to be known in films with her real name Vasundhara henceforth and acted in the recently released film 'Jeyam Kondaan' as the villain's girlfriend.

Vasundhara has now graduated to play heroine in the film 'Peranmai' that stars 'Jayam' Ravi. Though thrilled at the response she has received for her performance in 'Jeyam Kondaan', the young actress is keen on playing heroine from now on.

'No matter how well one performs in various characters, the adulation and prospects that emanate for heroines is missing. Therefore, I want to play heroine in films'.

Incidentally, there is a whiff in the air that Vasundhara is being considered for a Mani Ratnam film. However, when queried, the actress replied, 'I have nothing to say at the moment'.

Marathi Film Festival at Cinemax

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Cinemax Multiplex held a week-long festival of popular Marathi films from September 26 to October 1 at its theatres in Versova, Thane, Sion, Nasik and Nagpur. The 3rd Annual Marathi Film Festival screened films like Tingya, Valu, De Dhakka, Saade Maade Teen, Doghat Teesra Baki Sagla Visra and Amhi Satpute.
The closing ceremony was held at Cinemax, Sion on October 1 where Marathi filmmakers were felicitated.

101st Rajasthani film released
Along with the local folk it is also the non-resident Rajasthanis (NRRs) who have deep love for their language, culture and heritage. The credit for producing the 101st Rajasthani film Thane Naina Mein Basa Liyun goes to Om Prakash Panwar, a Rajasthani businessman settled in Chennai. Produced under the banner of Shree Naveen Films, the romantic film jointly scripted and directed by producer Om Prakash Panwar and Dilraj Banjara, stars Jeet Upendra, Mamta Soni, Ramesh Tewari, Kishore Bhanushali and Prakash Mali. Appu has composed music for lyrics penned by Suresh Mali and Dilraj Banjara. The latest Rajasthani film was released in the first week of September.

Vasundhara in Mani Ratnam film!
Actress Adhisaya now wants to be known by her real name Vasundhara henceforth. Having played the heroine in Peranmai opposite ‘Jayam’ Ravi, in the recently released film Jeyam Kondaan, she plays the villain’s girlfriend. Though thrilled at the response she has received for her performance in the film, the young actress is keen on playing heroine again. “No matter how well one performs in various characters, the adulation and prospects that emanate for heroines is missing. Therefore, I want to play the lead,” she states. Incidentally, there is a whiff in the air that Vasundhara is being considered for a Mani Ratnam film. However, when queried, the actress replied, “I have nothing to say at the moment.”

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

surya,barath and jayam ravi

Deebu is back


Deebu, who debuted in Anbu and even starred as Jayam Ravi' s sister in M. Kumaran, is all set to make a comeback to Kollywood after a brief hibernation
Deebu, who was the debut heroine in Anbu and starred as Jayam Ravi's sister in M. Kumaran..., is all set to make a comeback to Kollywood after a brief hibernation. The beautiful and talented actress will now act alongside Kaarthika and newcomer Kumaran in an upcoming Kollywood film. The film is said to be a mass entertainer abundant in film elements that appeal to the audience these days.

Kaarthika, who recently starred in Raman Thediya Seethai, wishes to consolidate her place with this upcoming film. Kaarthika has been doing well in Kollywood ever since she debuted in Thoottukkudi. She has done a few successful Kannada films as well and is a very famous name in Karnataka films.

'DD' & 'Saroja' - Hit in urban areas!


Jayam Ravi's Dhaam Dhoom and Venkat Prabhu's Saroja had taken super openings in Tamilnadu's urban areas and certain pockets in the overseas market.

Both these films came back-to-back (August 29 & September 5), and the trade feels that they could attract the youth audiences to the theatres on the strength of their music and urban theme.

The music of Harris Jayaraj and Yuvan Shankar Raja proved to be like the proverbial pied piper, as it was the music which released early to grow on the listeners.

Since both the films had hit songs, but were tactfully released in following weeks, they could cash in on the opening.

Meanwhile in smaller towns like Salem, Tirunelveli, Dindigul, Madurai, Tiruchy, Theni, Erode, both are struggling to stay alive. Thanks to the star presence of Jayam Ravi, Dhaam Dhoom had a better opening in B & C, while Saroja is struggling to keep afloat.

In 2008 so far there has been no universal hit, which means a film that does well in A+, A, B & C centers or in all circuits. The seven films which have done well at the box-office are - Dasavatharam, Subramaniapuram, Yaaradi Nee Mogini, Dhaam Dhoom, Santosh Subramaniam, Anjathay, Saroja.

Marathi Film Festival at Cinemax

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Cinemax Multiplex held a week-long festival of popular Marathi films from September 26 to October 1 at its theatres in Versova, Thane, Sion, Nasik and Nagpur. The 3rd Annual Marathi Film Festival screened films like Tingya, Valu, De Dhakka, Saade Maade Teen, Doghat Teesra Baki Sagla Visra and Amhi Satpute.
The closing ceremony was held at Cinemax, Sion on October 1 where Marathi filmmakers were felicitated.

101st Rajasthani film released
Along with the local folk it is also the non-resident Rajasthanis (NRRs) who have deep love for their language, culture and heritage. The credit for producing the 101st Rajasthani film Thane Naina Mein Basa Liyun goes to Om Prakash Panwar, a Rajasthani businessman settled in Chennai. Produced under the banner of Shree Naveen Films, the romantic film jointly scripted and directed by producer Om Prakash Panwar and Dilraj Banjara, stars Jeet Upendra, Mamta Soni, Ramesh Tewari, Kishore Bhanushali and Prakash Mali. Appu has composed music for lyrics penned by Suresh Mali and Dilraj Banjara. The latest Rajasthani film was released in the first week of September.

Vasundhara in Mani Ratnam film!
Actress Adhisaya now wants to be known by her real name Vasundhara henceforth. Having played the heroine in Peranmai opposite ‘Jayam’ Ravi, in the recently released film Jeyam Kondaan, she plays the villain’s girlfriend. Though thrilled at the response she has received for her performance in the film, the young actress is keen on playing heroine again. “No matter how well one performs in various characters, the adulation and prospects that emanate for heroines is missing. Therefore, I want to play the lead,” she states. Incidentally, there is a whiff in the air that Vasundhara is being considered for a Mani Ratnam film. However, when queried, the actress replied, “I have nothing to say at the moment.”

Monday, October 6, 2008

KT Top 5 films - October 6 2008

KT Top 5 films - October 6 2008

1. Jayam Kondan – First class-splendid performance by entire team. Vinay does a neat job and Lekha Washington steals the show. Bhavana looks beautiful and credit goes to cinematographer Balasubramaniam. Hats off to Director Kannan and same good works expected in his forthcoming flicks.

2. Raman Thediya Seedhai – Same Old themes of Hollywood and indeed Cheran’s autography have been blended and presented together. Naturalistic performance by Cheran while Pasupathy and Nithin Satya steal the show on their portions. Good work by entire heroines, but Navya Nair and her role means nothing to the film.

3. Saroja – Judgment Night, Wrong turn and Hindi Movie Sunday: You have the feel of watching all these flicks together. Where does Venkat Prabhu fleets higher? It’s with his talent of mixing comedy with the thriller genre. Yuvan’s musical score adds more life to the film and so does the cinematography by Sakthi Saravanan.

4. Dhaam Dhoom – Again, follows a remake of Hollywood movie Red Corner starring Richard Gere in lead role. Jeyam Ravi is spotted with good performance and quite matured. A good musical score by Harris Jeyaraj… Where does the film disappointment? Logics are completely missing…

5. Poi Solla Porom – Kosla Ka Kosla wasn’t so impressive and Vijay holds the credit of presenting the film so pleasingly with entertainment factor. Good work by entire team of senior actors and young actors who don’t have any star values…

Hollywood actors in Peraanmai




Jananathan is currently directed Peraanmai starring Jayam Ravi. This film is being produced by Ayngaran International. Five new faces Thanshika, Liyasree, Saranya, Varsha and Vasundra are debuting as heroines. Two Hollywood actors Roven Kissinger and Sisco are donning the role of villain. They come under the guise of a undercover agent.
Jayam Ravi has taken arduous training in fencing, martial arts, rifle shooting and archery for this movie. The shooting of the movie is almost complete. The shooting is taking place in the dense forest of Chalakudi in Kerala.

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DHAAM DHOOM-A BOLD ATTEMPT


Today i had the option of seeing movies like Poi Solla Porom,You don't mess with Zohan and Dhaam Dhoom but i preferred Dhaam Dhoom.It had one simple reason.I like the way Jeeva makes movies as it is always colourful.This movie had two parts one in Russia and the other in a village in Tamil Nadu.Fans of Bourne Ultimatum(Bourne series) will not like the Russian part and it resembled this movie to a large extent.The film revolves around a Indian doctor who just weeks prior to his wedding, goes to Russia for a conference. Due to the murder of a local woman, Jayam Ravi finds himself in jail. How the doctor manages to get himself out of jail in order to get married to his sweetheart in India, with the help of an Indian female lawyer, forms the crux of the story.The encounters between Jayam Ravi and Kangana Rangaut in Tamil Nadu were beautifully potrayed.It has wonderful songs and full marks to Harris Jeyaraj.Other wise it is a simple movie and worth watching it,a racy screenplay and resembled Bourne Ultimatum(the chase by the Russian Police)but is completely different from the story point.A good screen play but it is sad that the director who had made this movie is not alive to see it.He has done a wonderful job in his earlier ones but if he was alive this movie would surely have had a more different treatment.I liked all the songs a lot and the lyrics were very good too.(Mige migek coormaiyaay ennai rasiththdhum un kangal dhaan, mirudhuvaay peasiye ennul vasiththum paarththi dhaan,kankalaik kaanavey imaikaley maruppadho ).All together a good movie and worth watching.

Friday, October 3, 2008

Jayam Ravi- On a winning spree

Happy Birthday! "It is a lovely feeling to have two back-to-back hits under your belt on your birthday. The best birthday gift that I got was the super opening for Dhaam Dhoom, and the film turning out to be a super hit," says an excited Ravi, when he came for the Sify.com chat.

Ravi is riding a wave; this year has been great for the young actor. First there was Santosh Subramaniyam, the feel-good family drama that went on to do well all over Tamilnadu, even in B & C stations. The distributors say he is a safe bet, as his image as the boy next door has worked wonders for him.

"Among the younger lot of actors, the trade considers Jayam Ravi as one of the most saleable, as he has a huge following among the youth and lady audiences. His films assure you of a Minimum Guarantee, and if the subject is good it will be a super hit", says veteran distributor Tirupur Subramaniam.

Ravi's brother director Raja has also played a huge part in his success. He understands his brother's strength and weakness, and has worked on that to Ravi's advantage. You cannot dismiss Raja as a remake director, as remaking a film from another language is the most difficult thing. Raja is the only director who has successfully remade films keeping local flavour in mind, which has made them hits.

The buzz is that Ravi is now tipped for super stardom. His next release is noted director Jananathan's Pearanmai, in which he plays a forest guard and is said to be an all out action movie. The best thing about Jayam Ravi is that he is genuinely a nice guy, and has no star ego. Even his competitors have nothing bad to say about Ravi. He is totally devoted to his work, and a complete professional. He is on the right track to make it big in Kollywood.

Chat transcript: Jayam Ravi talks to his fans

amaralex asks Did you come to cine field just because your family had a cine background? Why did you not think of standing on your own leg? Were you scared of taking risk in another field? Have you ever thought of using your bulky body to win a medal in Olympics for In
ravi says Of course, my film backkground helped me enter into the industry but to stay put, my efforts mattered.

finelectronics asks hi ravi
ravi says Hi, did you watch DD?

sathyagopal asks Hi Ravi, This is Sathya from USA Chicago. We like your looks and acting very much.
ravi says Thank you so much. Keep watching my films.

sv_cbe123 asks Hii wat r ur next project
ravi says It's called Peraanmai. I'm working with Mr Jananathan.

In pictures: ‘Jayam’ Ravi—The man behind the actor

sangees2 asks hi...........ravi this is sangeetha from bangalore, big fan of you........i like very much to see ur film, i never miss them dhaam dhoom is superb wt r the next project
ravi says Thank you so much. My next movie is called Peraanmai.

vignesh_venkat19 asks tell your experience in dham dhoom movie? dham dhoom is not upto my expectations.
ravi says It was wonderful working in the film. Why didn't it meet your expectations. Please let me know.

duskysun asks If you were not an actor, what would you be?
ravi says I would be an advertising filmmaker

gita_gupta06 asks You have a degree in Visual Communication? Does that help at all with your acting career?
ravi says The degree helps me understand technical aspects better.

tariq.bhat asks What kind of martial arts do you know? Where did you learn it?
ravi says When I was young, I learnt a bit of karate. Now I am learning stunts under a person called Pandian.

tariq.bhat asks Did the fact that you came from a filmi background help you break into the industry easier?
ravi says Yes, obviously.

shortcake78 asks Are you a trained dancer? What dance forms do you know?
ravi says I was trained in Bharatanatyam and a little bit of ballet.

shortcake78 asks Did you ever get any training as an actor? Has that helped you?
ravi says I did my training in acting in Bombay with The Kishore Namit Kapoor institute of Acting and it helped me a lot in knowing the nuances of acting.

smitasingh07 asks Are you a character actor or do you follow the director's vision?
ravi says I am always a director's actor.

smitasingh07 asks Do you like the fact that you are called Jayam Ravi? Or do you think people remembering by your first movie is a drawback?
ravi says I always wanted people to call me Ravi. But I am grateful to my first film and I am glad that the name is attached to me now.

biggestidolfan asks Who are your favourite heroines?
ravi says Jyotika and Simran

rehmat_rahim asks Which directors would you like to work with?
ravi says Mani Ratnam sir and Farhan Akhtar

randygiles asks Is there any movie role—in south, Bollywood or Hollywood—that you wish you had done?
ravi says The role which Dustin Hoffman played in The Rain Man.

pamelaa asks Which is the last movie you saw?
ravi says Saroja.

pamelaa asks Which is the movie that you really loved in the recent past? And why?
ravi says Paruthiveeran. The film was very unusual.

somnambask asks How was Jeeva as a director? Did you learn anything special working under him?
ravi says More than being a director, he was my mentor. I learnt how to love movies and how to love work from him.

somnambask asks Will you ever get behind the camera and become a director? Or even a producer?
ravi says I definitely want to become a director and a producer. But I don't think it will be any time in the near future.

sennie asks can you remember the tragic end of Jeeva's life?
ravi says Of course. It shook me to the core.

dayanna asks Do you believe a six-pack is very important to have as an actor?
ravi says If the role demands it then I believe it should be part of the regime.

dayanna asks Why are most of your movies remakes of Telugu movies?
ravi says I have no reasons for that except that people have come to me asking me to do that role.

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sennie asks Did you see any thing which tells about old USSR in Moscow?
ravi says When I was I St Petersburg, most of the places reminded me of the old USSR. But Moscow is now looking modern and commercialised.

sennie asks Did you expect this victory for this cinema.
ravi says I hoped it would be liked by the audience.

mob_gamer asks will you ever direct a movie, if yes will you go with industry veterans or give chance to a new face. Songs in Dhaam dhoom are superb - sure Hit!!!
ravi says Thanx a lot for the kind words. I always support new talent.

chennailovesme asks When you are on your deathbed, what kind of hero do you want the world to remember you as?
ravi says I just want people to remember me as the best entertainer.

chennailovesme asks How was shooting in Russia? Did you like the vodka there?
ravi says Yes, I loved both. I just tasted the vodka, though. :)

chennailovesme asks When Jeeva sir left us, were you worried about Dhaam Dhoom?
ravi says Actually, the whole industry was worried about the film. Jeeva sir's loss was a national loss. I just took everything in the right spirit and wanted to fulfill his dream.

chennailovesme asks What would you have changed in Dhaam Dhoom? Nothing is perfect, answer honestly please!
ravi says The film was visualised inside Jeeva Sir’s mind, so we just did what was possible. If you feel it's not perfect then it’s our fault not his.

duskysun asks What are your hobbies?
ravi says My hobbies are cricket, movies, reading books and playing with kids at home.

gita_gupta06 asks Are you very close to your family?
ravi says Yes, of course I am.

gita_gupta06 asks What kind of food do you like?
ravi says Mostly Chinese.

smitasingh07 asks Would you like to work in Bollywood?
ravi says Yes, of course.

smitasingh07 asks Do you have an icon in your life? Who is it and why?
ravi says I love watching Kamal Sir’s movies. I think he is the best actor of our country.

shilpar91 asks Do you think that dhaam dhoom will be a turning point in your career?
ravi says Dhaam Dhoom is an important part of my career.

shilpar91 asks Do you think that remaking hit movies are safer than doing direct one?
ravi says Of course not. Originality is key!

latha_ds asks Do think dhaam dhoom is the perfect movie of Jeeva
ravi says Jeeva Sir made some brilliant movies in his career.

silvery.saint asks putting aside market sustainability,which wud u personally prefer- an action hero image or a romantic hero image? pl dont say both :)
ravi says I just want to be the best entertainer.

silvery.saint asks success doesnt seem to get into ur head at all.neither does criticism, however harsh it might be. how do u keep urself grounded? perhaps, its in the family/upbringing?
ravi says My family helps me keep my feet on the ground.

In pictures: ‘Jayam’ Ravi—The man behind the actor

arun.prabhu asks congrats on SS' and DD's success!best wishes for d future.and,pl try takin' a look at 'jayam ravi rocks' community on orkut. its been maintained well and im sure u'll appreciate it. U rock on man, God bless!
ravi says I certainly will check it out. Thank you very much :)

sugancbe asks who is ur favouite heroien?
ravi says Jyotika and Simran

vimala_deepa asks chat with Jayam Ravi ohhh its not believable? Hi Ravi how do u feel after entering film industry n wats the secret of ur fitness
ravi says Hi Vimala. I feel great. My secret is diet, exercise and good living.

yusufbasha_2 asks Your acting in santosh subramanian was great with Actor Pakash Raj especially?
ravi says Thank you.

saradha_10 asks hii ravi happy birthday.can i get ur mail id
ravi says Thank you for your wishes.

saradha_10 asks are u a very jolly person behind the screen
ravi says Yes, I am

saradha_10 asks which is ur favourite movie acted so far?
ravi says I have loved acting in all the movies I did. My first movie has a special place in my heart.

satash_2004 asks What is the secret of your fitness and fair look Ravi. My daughter is your fan who never misses your movies.
ravi says I work out and I am very careful about my diet. Give your daughter my kisses.

satash_2004 asks I want you to act in a film with Vijay, Danush, Surya, Vikram, Vishal - Dream team. Will it happen Mr.Ravi?
ravi says Let's hope it does!

vinothbitsgoa asks When are you getting married?Will it be love marriage?
ravi says There is no person in my life right now. So no marriage plans as of now.

saradha_10 asks wat is the secret of ur smile ravi. plz tell the truth
ravi says I don't know. :)

saradha_10 asks how is peranmai going on
ravi says Going great

aaanu asks who is ur fav family member
ravi says I love my entire family.

shilpar91 asks do you like to act in multistarrer movie?
ravi says Why not?

vijsify05 asks How about Daam Doom performance at Box office.
ravi says I hope the audience likes it.

muthamil_murugan asks Hai What are your Hobbies, What are plans in your Career, In case if you were not an Actor, What u would have been.
ravi says My hobbies are cricket, movies, reading books and playing with kids at home. If I wasn't an actor, I would be an advertising film-maker.

shilpar91 asks which actor inspired you to come to this field?
ravi says I love Kamal Sir’s movies. He is my icon.

Special: Everything you wanted to know about Jayam Ravi

aaanu asks Advanced Birthday wishes
ravi says Thank you so much. :)

silvery.saint asks hi, this is poorani chatting frm a frd's id. watched DD and u looked hotter than ever!
ravi says Thanx a lot, Poorani :)

nitishs90 asks hello ravi......i am a big fan of urs.....saw dhamdhoom on 1st day....wats ur next project
ravi says I am currently working on Peraanmai.

surya.kk@sify.com asks Hi, DD really a good movie
ravi says Thanx :)

rameshrjsh asks wats the special in peraanmai
ravi says Watch it an find out!

trustchan asks hi ravi how are u . mY daugter is a great fan of yours and the younger calls santosh everytime she sees u on screen after seeing something something. saw dham dhoom great going we enjoyed it a lot
ravi says Give your daughter my kisses.

shilpar91 asks are you happy with your current position?
ravi says Yes, I definitely am.

saradha_10 asks share ur experience in deep forest
ravi says It was thrilling.

aaanu asks all the very best for a bright future
ravi says Thanks a lot :)

sudhan167 asks Congratulations for your latest success. I think you should start to concentrate yourself in the movie's screenplay. Do u agree ?
ravi says Most definitely. And thank you all so much for chatting with me. I had great fun. Love you all.

Thursday, October 2, 2008

What Surya/Vishal could not do, Jayam Ravi has

Jananathan, presently busy with Peraanmai, feels that the current generation of actors are doing very well and are a dedicated lot. Speaking about Jayam Ravi, the hero in Peraanmai, Jananathan said that he had also developed a six pack, toeing in line with Surya and Vishal. However, Jayam Ravi's six pack did not create an adverse impact on his
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face as it did to most of the bodybuilders. Jananathan also added that the six pack suited Jayam Ravi very well.

The director said that he would travel to the US to scout for a suitable villain. Jananathan has certain specifications that are a must for his villain in Peraanmai. They are: the villain must be a foreigner and he should also sport a six pack like his hero Jayam Ravi. Any takers out there?

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Jeyam Ravi's next Venture

Jeyam ravi's present films are Dham Dhoom with Kangana Ranawat and Santosh Subramani with Genelia. This is the remake of the film Bommarillu. His next venture is "Paeranmai". The film will be directed by Jananathan. Five prominent actress will be acting in this movie with Jeyam ravi.


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The shooting of the movie will take place in Thekkadi and Chalakkudi. And some of the movie will be shot in the forest of Sri lankh. This Shooting of the film will start early next year

Jeyam Ravi about his Love and Marriage

Jeyam Ravi, who became a hit from his first film Jeyam, was named after the movie Jeyam Ravi. The films success saw to it that the prefix stuck to his name. He is ten films old. Now that he has a firm foothold in the industry, the time has come for him to answer few questions about his personal life.

The main issue is about his marriage. The issue of his marriage has been asked many times by the media. Dispelling all rumors,the actor made it clear that he is not keen in a love marriage. He also indicated that his wedding will be arranged by his parents. His latest movie which he is doing is Peraanmai. He will be seen as a forest officer. The story deals about the tribal people living in the mountains. Jeyam Ravi is all excited about this role. He says he will try to focus on such roles in his future films, also.

Jeyam Ravi's latest Skills

Jeyam Ravi is one of the dedicated actor in the film industry. He likes to do all the stunts by himself. And what ever he does, he wants to do it perfectly. The actor, whose latest film, Santhosh Subramanium, has been doing extremely well , is now acting in the movie Peraanmai. According to reports, Ravi plays the role of a forest officer in the film, and is required to use a bow and arrows in certain scenes. This film will be shot in the deep forests.


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Peraanmai is going to be a different kind of film. Whether or not Jeyam Ravi is going to excel in this movie, he is sure to be in the top slot of actors very soon. This is very clear from his dedication for acting. Jeyam Ravi is learning archery for his new film.

Jeyam Ravi and his brother Raja will not be seen together


The handsome brothers Jeyam Ravi and his director brother Raja will not be paired together here after. They have taken the decision unanimously not to work together .

Raja has churned out excellent family oriented movies like M Kumaran son of Mahalakshmi, Santosh Subramaniyam etc. Ravi already had a couple of movies while working with his brother.

Raja is trying to direct action packed movies with energy and vibrancy. He is on the hero hunt but Ravi is not his hero certainly. He is interacting with action heros at present.

Kollywood is his target. After this it will be his Telegu movie now. The brothers are tall and very handsome and attract girls to a great extent. Both are gifted with a good voice and dreamy eyes. Thier father is a renowned Telegu producer. Raja s Telegu hero is Prabhaas.

Called the Jeyam brothers they have made it big in a short span of time.

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