The strategy behind Ajith-Vishnuvardhan's untitled film
Sep 12, 2012
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Everybody is fighting over titles nowadays. Even the Thuppakki issue hasn’t died down and now the Sasikumar starrer Sundarapandian has got similar troubles. So Vishnuvardhan has decided to act shrewd and not disclose the title of his next biggie, starring Ajith, Nayanthara, Arya and Taapsee in the lead.

The director has said that he would name the film only after completing the entire project, dismisisng the entire fan made titles as results of over-enthusiasm. The smart Billa maker feels that this strategy of his would work in saving themselves from the few industry persons who are looking for a chance to create title controversies.

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