Endhiran actors` debut
Mar 22, 2011
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Raghav, who first made his impact with the television serial “Azhaighal” and later became popular for his snazzy dance moves in Jodi no. 1 and Maanada Mayilaada is making his debut with Nanjupuram. The aspiring actor made the movie himself with debutant director, Charles. He has also done the music for his film. Thenaandal Movies have bought the rights for this film and Raghav is very happy about it as he feels the film will get more publicity and will be the perfect launch for him.

The heroine is Monica. Nanjupuram has a lot of special effects that is likely to be a huge draw for the audience. Raghav was seen in movies like Endhiran, Silambattam, and Aei Nee Romba Azhaga Irruka. Nanjupuram is a dream come true for the talented Raghav and he is keeping his fingers crossed hoping it will lead to many more projects. We wish him luck!

Tags : Raghav,Nanjupuram,Endhiran
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