Tuesday, 11 December 2012

KUMKI - releases on 14 th December on theaters

KUMKI - releases on 14 th December on theaters

What it is about…
Presented by director N. Lingusamy, Kumki is produced by N. Subash Chandrabose and directed by Prabhu Solomon. The audio of the film was recently released by Kamal Haasan and Rajinikanth and received by Suriya. The music is by D. Imman, cinematography by M. Sukumar, lyrics by Yugabharathi and art by Vairabalan. While LVK Das is the editor, the stunts are composed by Anal Arasu. Vikram Prabhu (son of actor Prabhu and grandson of Sivaji Ganesan) and Lakshmi Menon play the lead while Thambiramaiah, Junior Balaiah, Aswin and Joe Malloori comprise the supporting cast.
Music highlights
There are 10 numbers in the album, three of which are karaoke tracks — ‘Sollitaley’, ‘Ayyayoo Aananthamae’ and ‘Onnum Puriyala’, which come at the end for the benefit of those who want to sing along. Karthik (violin) and Aditi Paul mesmerise the listener with ‘A Lady and the Violin.’ ‘Yella Oorum’ sung by Benny Dayal evokes pleasant thoughts. The guitar adds a unique flavour to the number. The high-pitched humming by the music director is another highlight. ‘Onnum Puriyala,’ sung by the music director, is enjoyable, with flute interludes. ‘Ayyayoo Aananthamae’ is a solo by Haricharan, with an elaborate string section — the wonderful solo violin piece towards the end surely leaves you asking for more. ‘Sollitaley’ is another lovely song by Ranjith and Shreya Ghoshal. ‘Soi Soi’ is the only racy number in the album and sung by Magizhini Manimaaran. ‘Nee Yeppo Pulla,’ sung by Malayalam music composer Alphons Joseph, has a distinct feel.
What they say…
Producer N. Subash Chandrabose: Prabhu Solomon was commissioned to do Kumki even before his Mynaa. When he told me Vikram Prabhu was going to be the hero, I was delighted; creating history by introducing thespian Sivaji Ganesan’s grandson, I thought. Seeing some portions of the film, I am convinced Vikram will go places — not only handsome, he’s also a bundle of talent.
Director Prabhu Solomon: Kumki is a musical love story shot in some exotic locations in the country. ‘Kumki’ means ‘a trained elephant’ and the hero is a mahout. Vikram and Lakshmi Menon have done a wonderful job. As it is a love story, I wanted the visuals to be shot in picturesque locations such as the Jog Falls and the Orissa border. I expect this film to be a bigger hit than Mynaa.
Hero Vikram Prabhu: I studied theatre arts at San Diego University and worked on Sarvam andAsal to gain knowledge about how the industry works. When I got a chance to play the lead in Kumki, I was very happy. My character Bomman is a mahout who takes care of a trained elephant. I must thank my director Prabhu Solomon and producer Bose for giving me a good opening in the Tamil film industry.
Music director D. Imman: Being a love story, music is a vital part of the film. I feel blessed to have worked with Prabhu, who has a unique taste in music. I was even happier because he wanted me to score only melodies. Every song is justified and related to the script. As the songs express love, it’s amazing how lyricist Yugabharathi has been able to bring out the differentiation in content.

Friday, 5 October 2012

வழக்கு எண்' படத்தில் நடித்த சிறுவன் மீட்பு: டி.வி.யில் பார்த்து பெற்றோர் கண்டுபிடித்தனர்.

வழக்கு எண்' படத்தில் நடித்த சிறுவன் மீட்பு: டி.வி.யில் பார்த்து பெற்றோர் கண்டுபிடித்தனர்.

Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Vikram Prabhu- Saravanan film launched today

Vikram Prabhu's Saravanan film 'pooja' held today!

Leading producer and director N Lingusamy and his Thirrupathi Brothers film media pvt launched their new film with Vikram Prabhu, to be directed by Engeyum Eppothum director Saravanan.

The ‘pooja’ of the untitled film Vikram Prabhu’s second film after Kumki (yet to be released) was held today (Sep 19) on the auspicious Vinayaga Chaturthi day.

It is also director Saravanan’s second film after the critically acclaimed hit Engeyum Eppothum. 

The untitled film has music by Sathya, Camera by Sakthi, art RK Vijaymurugan and is produced by N Subash Chandrabose.

Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Vikram Prabhu's next with Saravanan

Vikram Prabhu's next with Saravanan

IndiaGlitz [Thursday, August 30, 2012]

Its going to be one young and creative venture, if one can say so. For as IG had earlier reported 'Engaeyum Eppothum' fame director Saravanan who shot to fame with his very debut will be joining hands with Vikram Prabhu, grandson of thespian Sivaji Ganesan.

The yet-to-be-titled venture will be produced by Thirupathi Brothers and will have music by GV Prakash say industry insiders.

Vikram Prabhu is currently awaiting the release of Kumki, a film by Prabhu Solomon that marks Vikram's debut in Kollywood. Kumki is also produced by Lingusamy's Thirupathi Brothers, it may be mentioned. Recently Vikram Prabhu turned down the Sattam Oru Irutarai remake as he didn't want to do a remake at an early stage in his career.

Vikram Prabhu is going great guns even before his maiden venture 'Kumki' could hit the screens. The grandson of legend Sivaji Ganesan and son of veteran Prabhu is flooded with offers from K-Town, one has to say.
While he is expected to play the lead role in Sargunam's 'Kobaththai Alli Konjugiren', it was recentlly announced that Vikram Prabhu would repeat his dad's role in the remake of 'Agni Natchathiram'.
Now the latest is that director Saravanan, who made a stunning debut with 'Engeyum Eppodhum', has roped in Vikram Prabhu for his next venture. "The film will hit the floors soon," sources say.
Meanwhile, 'Kumki' directed by Prabhu Solomon is gearing up to see the light of the day. Produced by Lingusamy's Tirupathi Brothers, the film is set in the backdrop of forests. Lakshmi Menon is the heroine.

Studio Green acquires 'Kumki'


Known for making prize catches, Studio Green is at it again. The production house has acquired the South Indian distribution rights of Prabhu Solomon directed 'Kumki', produced by Lingusamy's Thirrupathi Brothers Film Media (P) Ltd.

"Studio Green has bagged the South Indian theatrical rights (Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and Karnataka) of the much awaited Kumki," said a press statement.
Vikram Prabhu, son of Prabhu and grandson of 'Nadigar Thilakam' Sivaji Ganesan, is making his acting debut with 'Kumki', which has Lakshmi Menon as the leading lady.
National Award winning Thambi Ramaiah is doing a crucial role, while music is by D Imman. The film is about a caretaker of elephants, who falls in love. 'Kumki' was shot in dense forests of Tamil Nadu.