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Tamils being disregarded: Cheran

[Behind Woods, Tuesday, 2 June 2009 16:58 No Comment]

image The audio launch of Aaru Maname was held in the city yesterday. The film marks the debut of Deepak on the big screen. Sudheesh Shankar debuts as director. Karthika (Dindigul Sarathi fame) and Nicole (Adada Enna Azhagu) play the female leads in Aaru Maname.

The film has been produced by debutante Deepak’s father K.S.Rajan under the Al Shola productions banner. This is the producer’s first Tamil film as he has earlier made quite a few Malayalam films.

Speaking at the function, K.S. Rajan said that he chose to launch his son in the Tamil industry because of his close association with many people from Tamil Nadu over many years. He also added that new faces were accepted more readily in Tamil cinema.

Cheran, who was present at the function, replied to this by saying that Tamil Nadu was indeed famous as ‘Vandhavanai Vaazha Vaikkum Mannu’, but Tamils were being disregarded world over, especially in Sri Lanka. Even in India, their rights are being overlooked.

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