Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa

By February 17, 2010 No Comments

Vinnathandi Varuvaya Releasing on 26th Feb

AR Rahman, who presents his first Tamil movie soundtrack since his winning the Oscars, alongside an entire gamut of awards for Slumdog Millionaire and his Hollywood and Bollywood soundtracks for Couples Retreat and Blue, will be making a special appearance.

A special unplugged musical session is set to take place, featuring singers from the VTV soundtrack, like Srinivas (Minsaara Poovae from Padayappa), Karthik (Girlfriend from Boys), Blaaze (Baba rap and The Boss from Sivaji), Naresh Iyer (Mayilirage from Anbe Aaruyire) and more.

Gautham’s Gamble

Goutham Menon, the brilliant director who has given us hits consistently is taking the gamble. Puzzled? Read on…

Goutham Menon is a true flexible director. Its heard that his much awaited movie ‘Vinnaithandi Varuvaya’ has two endings. Depending on the feedback from the audience during the initial one or two weeks, the director will decide the climax of the movie. The movie is about inter-religious love between the hero and the heroine. Sources reveal that the movie will have one tragic climax and another happy.

Goutham’s climax have always received appreciation. From ‘Minnale’ to ‘Varanam Aayiram’ he has made a definite style in his movies. His Fans in the past have commented on climax of his action movie ‘Khaaka Khaaka’, where the heroine is shown dead. We will have to wait and watch how he gambles this time.

Source : India Glitz

Published in Times Of India  – Chennai Times

Anthony is equally upbeat about his next release, the muchhyped VTV. “It is a plain, feelgood love story. There are no build-ups, glam dolls, action sequences, jazzy costumes, threecrore rupee sets or heroic displays. It’s a film that will highlight the acting prowess of Simbu and Trisha. The duo has a chemistry that sparkles and is yet very relatable. Simbu’s makeover will be the talk of the town. Cinematographer Manoj Paramahamsa has captured the exotic locales of Malta to stunning effect. Andfrom my side, since the story is breezy, the editing will not be fast-paced,” he says.

Apart from VTV and its Telugu version, Anthony is currently busy with the Rajinikanth-starrer Endhiran. Prod him about the Shankar film and all he says is, “Editing for the film is in full swing. Mark my words; the film will be a megahit!”

Anthony, who always involves himself in the film he is editing, narrates an incident that happened while he was editing VTV. “I was working on the song Mannipaya… and fell in love with the song and the way it was shot. I was moved to tears. After I was done with the final cut, I immediately asked Simbu to come over. And when he saw the final version, he too was in tears. I had never seen Simbu cry until then! The two of us spent some time together, discussing the depth of the song,” he says.

VTV special show. Valentine express

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