After Jyothika Simbu signs both mani Ratnams movie kollywood, star Simbu is the latest new movie director mani Ratnam.The director has already signed jyothika, Aravind Swamy,fahadh faasil and Aishwarya Rajesh for his yet-to-be title to the multi starter.actor Vijay sethupathi has also been reportedly approached to play a lead role in the film.
Chief Mani Ratnam has pulled off a throwing overthrow of sorts for his next film. The National Award winning movie producer has restricted in Kollywood star Simbu for his directorial trip. The untitled venture has officially sent motion picture buffs into a tantrum because of Ratnam’s decision of the star cast.
After Jyothika Simbu signs both mani Ratnams movie:-
The chief has officially marked Jyothika, Aravind Swamy, Fahadh Faasil and Aishwarya Rajesh for his yet-to-be-titled multi-starter. Hypotheses are overflowing that performing artist Vijay Sethupathi has likewise been drawn closer to assume a lead part in the film.
An official declaration of the task and the subtle elements of cast and team is relied upon to be made soon. Affirming the news, Aishwarya said that acting toward Ratnam was her fantasy.After Jyothika Simbu signs both mani Ratnams movie
Aishwarya told Times of India:-
“At long last, my fantasy has worked out as expected,” Aishwarya told Times of India. “I am not permitted to uncover any insights about the film. Everything I can state is this will be totally not the same as Mani sir’s past movies. I am cheerful I got this offer at this phase in my profession.”
Jyothika will likewise be working Ratnam:-
Jyothika will likewise be working with Ratnam without precedent for her vocation. It’s significant that the chief has made important motion pictures with Jyothika’s better half Suriya and brother by marriage Karthi before.
Ratnam’s past film Kaatru Veliyidai that discharged not long ago had a polarizing reaction from the media and the fans. The sentimental flick set in the Kargil war scenery was the most costly film to be taken off from Ratnam’s home creation flag Madras Talkies. Be that as it may, the film did not satisfy its film industry desires.