Allu Sirish is making his Tamil comeback with Vijay Antony film!
By Aninditha | Galatta | 02:54 PM
Allu Sirish has managed to make a good name for him ever since he made his debut. The actor made his Tamil debut back in 2013 and ever since fans have been wondering when would he make a comeback in the Tamil arena. Although he was supposed to appear in KV Anand’s Kaappaan, he opted out of it due to date issues. Now, it is being reported that the actor is all set to make his Tamil comeback with a Vijay Antony starrer film!
Reports state that he’s been roped in to play one of the leads in Vijay Milton’s next, which also has Vijay Antony as the protagonist. Talking to a leading daily, the actor said, “I was looking forward to work in Kollywood again. I have seen Milton’s Goli Soda. And after a break, I am happy to be part of Vijay Antony-Vijay Milton’s film. I flew down to Chennai for a narration and loved the script. This role is a challenging one, something that I haven’t done even in Telugu so far. My character comes from a small town, a humble background, who has to work hard to earn for his daily living. If I reveal anything more, I will be in trouble (laughs). But yes, it will definitely push me out of my comfort zone. I am so happy to be coming back to Tamil cinema with a good film.”
The report also states that the shooting for this is likely to begin from November. It sure will be interesting to see the actor try out his luck with the Tamil audience with this comeback. Let’s see how well he performs…
Kolaigaran Movie Review | Vijay Antony | Action King Arjun
By Arvind Sundaram | Galatta | 12:31 PM
After his debut vehicle Leelai in 2012, director Andrew Louis Vasanth is back with Kolaigaran now. From the promo materials and the title, it is a child’s play to realize what we will be getting in for. Therefore, how this story is narrated is what one would like to know when he or she comes into the theatre. In that sense, we can easily say Andrew has done a good job in his second directorial. This whodunit picks up well and travels at a steady pace. Andrew clearly spreads his cards in the initial portions, keeping the important ones close to his chest.
The first half perfectly moves with the director throwing his red herrings at right intervals. He moves the narrative interestingly with a small twist before the interval block making the audience wait for the second half to begin soon. The second half also travels in the path that has been set in the earlier part. The criminal investigation moves on giving the audience the guessing came. To Andrew’s credit, there are a few unpredictable twists which make the viewers satisfied at the end of the film.
There are no major loopholes in the story, thanks to the core premise of the film, adapted from the Japanese novel, The Devotion of Suspect X. In such stories, the motives fall only under few categories and in Kolaigaran too, it is not some out of the world objective. Andrew has not attempted to make the narrative very different and in the process lose the attention of his audience.
Despite having a very good premise on hand, the screenplay has been not-so-engaging. It is not completely gripping enough to hold the audience to their seats. The treatment is bland and ineffective. The two romantic songs in the film are wrongly placed and it totally acts as a speed breaker. The dialogues that come towards the end of the film look force fitted and over dramatic. Some viewers might feel the interaction between the hero and heroine, a little weird with flat emotional quotient, but the explanation for it comes at the end.
Vijay Antony with his, 'I don't want anyone to know what I am thinking' expression comes very much handy to his character of Prabhakaran. Perhaps the artist cleverly chooses such roles only! Arjun as the investigative officer brings to the table his rich experience in acting and does complete justice. The intelligence on his look and the ‘devil may care’ countenance help the film big time. Equal screen space is given to both Vijay Antony and Arjun and they have used it rightly.
Heroine Ashima Narwal and her mother played by Seetha are perfectly cast with constant fear on their face plastered. Nasser does an equally interesting role. Music of Simon King (Bharat's 555 and Sibraj’s Sathya fame) aids the transference of the film's mood to the audiences. Mukesh’s cinematography is decent with no complaints.
VERDICT - A bland thriller that works at parts!
RATING - 2.5/5
Vishal, Arya & Vijay Antony Come Together For RK Suresh
By Ashwin | Galatta | 11:49 AM
Actor R.K.Suresh was impressive as a baddie in Bala's Thaara Thappattai and Vishal's Marudhu. He was recently seen in SAC's Traffic Ramasamy in a supporting role.
Currently, he is acting as the hero in two films namely Billa Pandi and Vettai Naai. Both the films are under post-production process.
Popular stars Vishal, Arya and Vijay Antony will be launching the teaser of Vettai Naai this evening at 4.30pm in online. Since the promotional activity is on, we can expect the movie to release soon.
Here's Why Vijay Antony And Kiruthiga Udhayanidhi Had Creative Differences During Kaali
By Vivek Raj | Galatta | 03:30 PM
Slated to hit screens on May 18, Kaali directed by Kiruthiga Udhayanidhi under the Vijay Antony Film Corporation banner features actress Anjali as the female lead alongside Yogi Babu in a supporting role.
Actress Sunainaa too is playing an important character, whose role is said to be crucial to the proceedings of the film.
Meanwhile, during an exclusive interview with Galatta as part of the film’s promotions, Kiruthiga Udhayanidhi shared a comfortable relationship with Vijay Antony when he was acting.
The director went on then reveal they both did go through creative differences during the song composition stages for the film.
She stated they both didn’t meet eye to eye for the songs initially and it was after which they came under mutual ground.
I Admit I Am a Director's Artist - Vijay Antony
By Ashwin Prabhu | Galatta | 04:26 PM
Vijay Antony took to stage to talk about Annadurai and how the movie’s sentimental story has connected itself with audiences of all age groups.
“Annadurai is not about the fight between villains but between two brothers who are good people. It’s unique and has plenty of sentiment which will always be a clear winner at the box office. I don’t know how to act and I only do what the director tells me. I only look for the best scripts,” said Vijay Antony.
Why Bala and Vijay Antony Supports This Person?
By Ashwin Prabhu | Galatta | 09:16 PM
After director Seenu Ramasamy came to a conclusion and removed the tweet supporting financier Anbu Chezhiyan, now Vijay Antony and director Bala seems to be supporting the man who forced Ashok Kumar to commit suicide.
Previously, director Bala is said to have deals with Ajith for Naan Kadavul but later forced the actor to talk out of the project with the help of Anbu. The inside dealings continue to remain a mystery but now Vijay Antony has joined director Bala lending his voice in favour of the guy who is being searched by the police.
“I got loan from Anbu many times for the past 5 years and he was always a gentle person when it comes to making requests. I don’t think he could have forced Ashok to commit suicide,” said Vijay Antony.
First Ever Double Role for Vijay Antony
By Ashwin Prabhu | Galatta | 11:46 AM
Vijay Antony is doing a double role for the first time! Ever since his debut in movies, he has been doing a lot of thrillers that have so much though put into it. Audience expect more out of the actor that encouraged him to do a dual role.
For the first time, he plays a dual role in Annadurai. The movie is also getting released in Telugu titled Indrasena and it was released by none other than Chiranjeevi giving it the mileage the film needs in Tollywood.
Double Bonanza from Vijay Antony
By Ashwin Prabhu | Galatta | 11:26 AM
Vijay Antony is an all-rounder as he loves music, acting, cinematography and recently took up editing as one among his roles. The actor has two different movies lined up, Annadurai and Kaali set in different scenarios.
The surprise element is that the first look posters for both his films got released in the same time. Kaali is directed by Kiruthiga Udhayanidhi and has music by Vijay Antony. The movie is jointly produced by him and had a promising first look showing yet another look of the versatile actor.
Sunaina Signed Up for Vijay Antony Film
By Ashwin Prabhu | Galatta | 01:38 PM
Vijay Antony picks the best scripts and establishes himself as a strong actor with films like Naan, Saithan. He is now working on a movie named Annadurai and is going to work in a new movie named Kaali. The film will be directed by Kiruthika Udhayanidhi which will have Sunaina playing his pair.
The actress confirmed that she’s glad to be part of the film that provides her great scope to act. Sunaina added that this could be his next Neerparavai and confirms after Kaali, she will reach places in the South Indian film industry.