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How Jeeva helped Suriya for Vaaranum Aayiram?

[Behind Woods, Sunday, 25 January 2009 18:48 No Comment]

image The audio release function of Jeeva starrer Siva Manasula Sakthi was held today at Sathyam Cineplex. The entire atmosphere at Sathyam resembled what one might think is an Ananda Vikatan office, there were pamphlets and banners of the famous publication all over the complex. The movie is produced by Vikatan Talkies.

A large number of youngsters were present at the event. The boys were wearing T-shirts that carried slogans supporting Siva while girls wore similar T-shirts supporting Sakthi. They were also mouthing many interesting calls, lending a festival feel to the occasion.

At the function, Jeyam Ravi released the first copy of the audio which was received by Suriya. The function was hosted by popular TV personality Badava Gopi. Many popular artistes and technicians from Kollywood were part of the event. They included Cheran, Sneha, Ramanarayanan, Sasikumar, Charan, Mysskin, Lingusaamy and AVM Saravanan.

Most of the directors who spoke at the function expressed their faith in the quality of a product from Vikatan Talkies. Jeyam Ravi said that he came for the audio release in spite of running a temperature because Jeeva was a very good friend of his. Suriya said that he had to thank Jeeva for giving him a vital tip which helped him get in shape for the teenager’s role in Vaaranum Aayiram.

The trailer of the movie was screened at the event and the indications are that of a youthful entertainer. Two songs also were screened, one of which was an ‘all boys’ type of song with some very interesting lines that went ‘MGRa, Nambiara’, the other one ‘Eppadio Mattikitten’ was breezy with some good choreography. Music was scored by Yuvan ShankarRaja who was also present at the event.

Siva Manasula Sakthi is directed by Rajesh, former assistant of Ameer having worked with him in Mounam Pesiyadhe. However, this does not look like an Ammer kind of film from early indications.

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