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Murugadoss to join with Vijayakanth again?
Oct 02, 2006

Chiranjeevi has proved once again that he is the undisputed king of the Telugu film industry. After a couple of films that didn’t quite live up to expectations he has bounced back to form with Stalin. The film is reportedly doing excellent business all over the south. It has broken a few collection records and looks good to break a few more. The person whom Chiranjeevi has to thank for his revival is A R Murugadoss. This young man is proving to be as consistent as a director can get. He has a nearly 100% record and most of the leading heroes down south have expressed a desire to work with him. Superstar Rajni is the biggest name in that list. Murugadoss has also received offers to remake his superhit Ghajini in Bollywood. Big things are waiting to happen for this blossoming talent.


But he is likely to be entrusted with responsibilities in Kollywood. Stalin has caught the eye of many a Tamil hero. But the one who seems to have been smitten is Puratchi Kalaignar Vijayakanth. He is reportedly eager to do the film in Tamil. The reason is very simple. The story of the movie appears to be tailor made for Vijayakanth and the image that the story will give the hero is something that the MLA needs in order to boost his fledgling political career. The movie has already done something similar for Chiranjeevi in Andhra. He too is believed to be nurturing political ambitions.

The message that the story gives out too is carrying a lot of weightage. The story preaches that the best way to thank a person who has helped us is to help others who are in need. One cannot deny a hint of Gandhiism in this, but the masses seem to have accepted this message in Andhra. Vijayakanth is now busy talking to the producer of Stalin for the remake rights. If all goes well, the Tamil version of Stalin may start shooting by early 2007. Vijayakanth reportedly wants Murugadoss to direct the Tamil version too. In the wake of all the attractive offers that he has been receiving, it will be a tough decision for Murugadoss to make. But a look into Murugadoss’s life suggests that he may opt to direct Vijayakanth. It was Vijayakanth who had played a big part in organizing the Stalin director’s marriage two years back. The senior actor has been a sort of a mentor to the young director. It will be difficult for Murugadoss to overlook his mentor. Also, their combination has proved to be a successful one in the past. Remember Ramana. We can expect something similar, even better, pretty soon.

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