'The director is like a heroine too' - Vivek - Event Story

Feb 28, 2013

The audio launch of the bilingual film Chandra took place last evening at a popular hotel in Chennai. The film is set to revolve around the heiress of a royal family and its lead character, played by Shirya Saran, who looked nothing short of a princess at the event.

The other key attendees apart from the film’s director Roopa Iyer were actor/comedian Vivek, Kannada hero Prem and Ganesh Venkatraman. Expectedly Vivek, who was dressed sharp, brought the roof down with his classic wit. At one instance he pointed out that the director was not just a good actor but also a good dancer and a good action choreographer, as she demonstrates each of those tasks with ease and grace. He went on to imply that the director herself was like a heroine. He revealed his role to be that of Shriya’s brother and his role being fully inclusive in the script, taking him to places abroad along with the story.

The film’s pivot undoubtedly rests on Shriya and she expressed her confidence that the film has all the makings to become as successful as the Telugu blockbuster Magadheera. She appreciated the director and the entire cast and crew for their efforts to churn out a quality film. Kannada hero Prem said that he finds it unimaginable that he shared screen space with Shriya and Vivek, both of whom he has watched and enjoyed on TV. He too was thankful for the opportunity.

Famed producer Kalaipuli S. Thanu unveiled the film’s audio CD, which was composed by music director Gautam Srivatsa.



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