C.V. Kumar News
Madhavan’s Irudhi Suttru to release in January 2015?
Madhavan’s comeback film to Kollywood is expected to hit the screens next year
Madhavan or Maddy, as he’s affectionately called, is back in Tamil cinema after a gap of two years. His last film directed by N Lingusamy released in 2012 opened to mixed reviews and did average business at the box office. Click here to read more
Jigarthanda director Karthik Subbaraj’s next a romance!
After giving us a highly stylised thriller and a quirky crime drama, the talented filmmaker is set to foray into the territory of romance
The success of Pizza and Jigarthanda has thrown director Karthik Subbaraj into the spotlight and expectations are high. There is plenty of media speculation on what he will now make his third film on and talk is that Bobby Simha will once again star in this film. As of now the only confirmed news is that it will be produced by C V Kumar of Thirukumaran Entertainment who made Pizza. Click here to read more
Siddharth starrer Tamil remake of Lucia gets a title!
The Kannada superhit is being remade into Tamil with Jigarthanda actor in the lead
This superhit film in Kannada is being remade in Tamil and Telugu is old news. The latest news is that the Tamil remake has just been titled and is called Enakkul Oruvan (A man inside me). The producer of the flick, C V Kumar (known as the man with the golden touch), has just tweeted this latest development. This title was originally registered by Pushpa Kandasamy for K Balachander’s Kavithalaya Productions. Produce C V Kumar approached her and she was generous enough to hand it over to him. Click here to read more
Mundasupatti makers planning sequel
The film has been raved by critics and audiences alike
Following the success of recently released Tamil comedy Mundasupattia, its makers – Fox Star Studios and C.V. Kumar – are planning to work on a sequel, which will be developed on ideas shared by audiences who’ve watched the first part.
Based on an award-winning short film, Mundasupatti is an adventure comedy, set in the 1980s, and has been raved by critics and audiences alike. Click here to read more
Naveen Chandra has no problems pulling death-defying stunts!
The Tamil and Telugu film actor claims that thrillers and dangerous stunts excite him
Southern actor Naveen Chandra dared to something in upcoming Tamil thriller Sarabam not many actors would be willing to do. He gave eleven shots for a scene that required him to be hung upside down from the twelfth floor of a building. Click here to read more