AGS signs Suriya after Vishal, Arya and others
Jan 18, 2011
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It is just the beginning of 2011, but AGS Entertainment already seems to be on a roll. This famous production house, owned by brothers Kalpathi. S. Aghoram, Kalpathi. S. Ganesh, and Kalpathi. S. Suresh, have several hits to their credit.

This year, they have several big releases lined up - Cheran’s Yutham Sei by Mysskin, ‘Jeyam’ Ravi’s Engeyum Kadhal by Prabhu Deva, Bala’s Avan Ivan starring Vishal and Arya and Vellore Maavattam by director R.N.R. Manohar (of Masilamani and Punaigai Poove fame) starring Nandha (of Eeram fame).

Another notable fact is that, Surya’s next film Maatran by K.V. Anand is also being produced by AGS Entertainment. Hope this is a cracking year for AGS and also the audience.


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