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Thursday, October 30, 2008

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.

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