Preview – V V

Star-casts: Silambarasan, Trisha and others
Production: Escape Artists Motion Pictures & R.S Entertainment Pvt. Ltd.
Direction: Gowtham Vasudev Menon
Music: A.R. Rahman
Cinematography: Manoj Paramahamsa
Editing: Anthony

For those who are fed up watching the young rough Silambarasan uttering punch dialogues, double entendres and man-handling 50 men at the same time, here’s something unusual you can look out for.

Yeah! The ‘Little Superstar’ Silambarasan has geared up for a new avatar of a cool energetic lad in a breezy romantic entertainer.

Gowtham Vasudev Menon leaped with laurels for his extraordinary debut in ‘Minnale’ and ‘Vinnaithandi Varuvaaya’ has been churned out on the same lines.

The film is about an ambitious assistant director Karthik (Silambarasan) wanting to make it big as a filmmaker. But when he falls in love with a Christian girl Jessie (Trisha), he’s ready to sacrifice his biggest dreams.

Though this is the main storyline, we heed it from the closer sources that Trisha flies to United States and much alike Surya in ‘Vaaranam Aayiram’, the assistant director Simbhu flies down to the foreign land in search of his belle.

Musical score by A.R. Rahman has already created sensation amongst the audio market retailers. For the first time, a free poster of A.R. Rahman of his rare moods can be availed at free of cost with each CDs.

Much spellbound with Gowtham’s stylish audio launch at London and rich visuals for songs, A.R. Rahman has voluntarily ensured that he’ll score one more additional songs for this film.

Another audio launch at Chennai is being planned to be hosted grandiosely. Anthony has handled editing while Manoj Paramahamsa of ‘Eeram’ fame has cranked the camera.

The film is simultaneously made in Tamil and Telugu with Naga Chaitanya and Samantha taking on lead roles.

The film is slated to hit screens for Valentine’s Day on February 14…

Expectations: A Different Love Story

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