Idhu Namma Aalu
While one group wanted the two to come along, the other stood firm in its perception that after all the passion quickly followed by bitterness, Silambarasan and Nayanthara will never join hands again. But the director who bagged the National Award already in his debut, silenced all the crowd by signing in Simbu and Nayan for 'Idhu Namma Aalu'.It was earlier buzzed that Taapsee would play the second heroine, but Andrea Jeremiah was finally signed in to play this role. Director Pandiraj set the ball rolling late last year and the film touted to be a urban romantic-comedy will be hitting the screens on May 27, 2016 amid huge expectations.
The crew had earlier divulged that telephonic conversations will play a crucial role in the film, likening it to the conversations like in Ajith's yesteryear blockbuster 'Kadhal Kottai'. Now, there is more insight into the film that Andrea plays Simbu's love interest in his past - when he's portrayed as an IT professional - and will feature as flashback. Further to these, the film has Pandiraj's lucky mascot Soori and Santhanam on comedy, and Jayaprakash is also a part of the cast crew. Balasubramaniam cranks the camera for this film, which is produced by T.Rajendhar under STR's home banner Simbu Cine Arts. The film also contributes to the talent base of Kollywood, as Silambarasan's younger brother Kuralarasan debuts as the music director with 'Idhu Namma Aalu'.
Given the star cast, it is inevitable that rumours fly around. But both Simbu and Nayan have been diplomatic about the whole issue, while brushing aside such feed, yet maintaining a healthy friendship, strictly on the professional front. To satisfy the immense mass fan base of Simbu a fast beat dance number featuring the multi-talented star and Adah Sharma has been added to the film.
'Idhu Namma Aalu' has Soori as Simbu's comic partner and the film is expected to provide ample fun moments backed by Pandiraj's proven ability to pen humor dialogues.
Within, hours from now, fans will get to watch the hot pair of Simbu-Nayan after a long gap of 10 years.