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Tuesday, November 22, 2005

'S Pictures' ventures

Can we build a hype around the new ventures of 'S Pictures'?

Since, most of you guys in this blogworld are aware that Shankar's 'S Pictures' has announced two of their proposed ventures and one is expected anytime soon.

#1 Veyil

Cast: Bharath, Bhavna (mallu) & Pasupathy
Music: G V Prakash
Director: Vasanthabalan

Bharath has an interesting line up already with his 'A..I..B..I..' and 'Pattiyal'. Hope the director of 'Album' who couldn't create a magic earlier, will succeed with a different presentation this time, like his predecessor Balaji Sakthivel. With the introduction of another mallu girl Bhavna and ARR's nephew GV Prakash, I believe Shankar is betting on something unique.

Would be glad if a different movie is delivered to us.

#2 Imsai Arasan 23-aam Pulikesi

Cast: Vadivelu, Nanditha, Monica, Nasser....
Music: Sabesh-Murali
Director: Simbhudevan

Eventhough the promo's poster reveals it as a historic story, as reiterated by Shankar himself, I doubt whether it would be a historic movie. Going by the title, I doubt whether Shankar would spend so much money to present a realistic historic comedy.

There are two possibilities in this scenario.

1) Either it must be similar to Cho's 'Muhamad-Bin-Thuglak' full of funny comedy
2) It must be a promotional gimmick to just woo the press and audience. It may be a normal comedy subject, with an unique title.

Sabesh-Murali's combination has not produced any magical numbers so far in the industry, except those melodies in 'Thavamai Thavam Irundhu'. Need to wait and watch, if they could exploit this opportunity to show their potential.

#3 "Yet to be titled"

Cast: ??
Music: ??
Director: Balaji Sakthivel

Can we expect some announcement on this venture either this week or the next week - before the big bang announcement of AVM's 'Sivaji'? Fingers crossed....X

Following the footsteps of Ram Gopal Varma, Shankar is promoting different genre of directors. That is a welcome move. Looks like he is wisely investing his earlier harvests into different baskets, instead of putting all into his own child. Would be glad if this model succeeds, since it makes the field more competitive.
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Blogger Nithya Swaminathan said...

GV Prakash?! Andha podiyan who sang in chikku bukku rail is now a music dorector is it?! unbelievable!

Tuesday, November 22, 2005 9:15:00 PM  
Blogger ada-paavi!!!! said...

shanker enna avar productions la only low budget, and big prodictions for others?? engai oru dichotomy irukku

Tuesday, November 22, 2005 9:30:00 PM  
Anonymous Sundaresan said...

i second vatsan...btw, barathkku nalla timenu nenakkaren!

Wednesday, November 23, 2005 6:58:00 AM  
Blogger Kaps said...

Sabesh-Murali happen to be Deva's brothers. They might have assisted Deva in composing some good songs. they have done background score for many movies....unfortunately none of their songs have really made an impact

Wednesday, November 23, 2005 5:26:00 PM  
Blogger Jayan said...

Wow, Vadivelu as the hero ????

Thursday, November 24, 2005 6:43:00 AM  
Blogger Raju said...

Well.. as most of the recent movies have flattered only to deceive, I hope and wish S productions' ventures give us some good ones, similar to Kaadhal..

Thursday, November 24, 2005 7:33:00 AM  
Blogger revatechnic said...

hey cool stuff on your blog...
You are in singapore??!
Nice to meet ya!
Keep blogging these exciting news.

Sunday, November 27, 2005 5:43:00 AM  
Blogger Ramana Siddharth said...

we certainly need veyil in madras...Imsai Arasan 23-aam Pulikesi,i am sure its just a gimmick...avolo kas irunda marudanayagam yapavo vandirukum.gr8 that shankar is promoting upcoming artists/directors,etc.didnt know gv prakash was rehman's nephew.still cant forget him singing in mazhalai chiku baku chiku baku or palagate machanekeeeeeeee.i think he sang rahatulla song in gajini?

Sunday, November 27, 2005 10:16:00 PM  
Blogger Saravana Kumar said...

ram looking forward to that Shankar, vadivel movie - should be exciting

Tuesday, November 29, 2005 11:24:00 AM  

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