Ponnar Shankar is a gift, says Prashanth
Mar 28, 2011
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Prashanth is expecting the release of the period flick Ponnar Shankar which is based on the novel penned by the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi several years ago. The film's audio launch took place at the Prasad Lab Studios in Chennai yesterday. The TN CM released the audio and industrialist Pollachi Mahalingam received the first copy. Speaking at the event, Prashanth said that this film is a gift to him from the CM. Prashanth recalled the day he met the CM and how he gifted the novel to him saying that it would change his life forever.

The actor said that true to the CM’s word, working in Ponnar Shankar has brought in several changes in his life. The movie, which is produced and directed by Prashanth’s dad Thiagarajan, is expected to be released very soon.

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