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  • | November 4th, 2014

    Siddharth’s Kaaviya Thalaivan slated to release on November 14

    Siddharth’s Kaaviya Thalaivan slated to release on November 14

    Vasanthabalan’s period drama will hit the screen on Children’s day
    After building hype with an interesting trailer and raising the bar of expectations with splendid music, Siddharth-Prithvi Raj-Vedhicka starrer Kaaviya Thalaivan is all set for release. Vasanthabalan’s directorial will hit the silver screen on November 14. Kaaviya Thalaivan‘s music by AR Rahaman is considered to be one of the best albums of the year. Click here to read more

  • | July 9th, 2014

    Making of Kaaviya Thalaivan song Vaanga Makka – Greats AR Rahman and Vaalee in full swing action!

    Making of Kaaviya Thalaivan song Vaanga Makka – Greats AR Rahman and Vaalee in full swing action!

    The first song from AR Rahman’s musical will be revealed on July 11
    Siddharth-Prithviraj starrer Kaaviya Thalaivan is showing all the signs of a classic film in making. The film’s teaser garnered incredible response from public and people are eagerly waiting to catch AR Rahman’s magical tunes. Directed by Vasanthabalan, Kaaviya Thalaivan tells a tale of two rival theatre artist in 1920’s in Madurai. It was revealed that Mozart of Madras had turned down a Hollywood project for the film and has scored whopping 20 songs for Kaaviya Thalaivan. Click here to read more

  • | June 13th, 2014

    Kaaviya Thalaivan teaser : An irresistible invitation to the theatres!

    Kaaviya Thalaivan teaser : An irresistible invitation to the theatres!
    The teaser of Vasanthabalan’s Kaaviya Thalaivan embarks us on a journey into the artistic corridors of theatres in a period where dramas where the staple diet for people’s entertainment

    Remember the times when theatres of performing arts had people queuing in front it. Those good old days when there was no TV or internet, and theatrical plays were the sole source of entertainment. At one point, theatre groups were the talk of the town and theatre artists were treated as movie stars. Vasanthabalan’s Kaaviya Thalaivan is based on such a story of performing arts from the corridors of Madurai’s theatrical scene in ‘20s. Click here to read more