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Pattalam audio launched

Last Updated: Wed, Dec 03, 2008 10:01 hrs

Thirrupathi Brothers Film Media (P) Ltd had a colourful and very eventful audio launch today morning (Dec 3) at the Sathyam cinemas.

The main star of the film was Nadiya who looked gorgeous in a brown sari and a designer blouse. Her co-actors and even the Kollywood stars who had been invited for the event couldn’t stop raving about how well she has maintained her figure and looked stunning..

The audio launch was held at Blur, the gaming zone in Sathyam Cinemas in a unique way. The films’ 8 newcomers were introduced separately, one at a time by an actor from Kollywood.

Jeyam Ravi, Prasanna, Jeeva, Shakti, Jai,Bharath, Srikanth and Vijaylaxmi did the honours by presenting bouquet and welcoming the youngsters into Kollywood. The young star cast includes Kripa, Guru, Vikash, Sathya, Irrfan, Balaji, Hari , Vignesh and Arun. The story is set in a school atmosphere.

The producer Lingusamy was all smiles at the event and praised his brother Bose who chose to remain behind the scenes instead of on stage during the press interaction. The music is by Jassie Gift (of Lajjavatiye fame) and the director Rohan Krishna is debuting on the big screen with this film after his teleserial on Vijay TV.

The film is the debut venture of cameraman Krishnaswamy and journalist Nellai Bharathi debuts as lyricist in this film. Sheba,the wife of Rohan Krishnan, has done the costumes and the story while editing is by Sasikumar.

The highlight of the event was the large family atmosphere with jovial remarks and informality which marked the entire event. The cheerful mood of the young cast was very infectious, prompting Venkat Prabhu to say, “I remember my Chennai 28 days when I had a similar cast of new youngsters.” Venkat Prabhu, Vijay Milton and Balaji Saktivel were asked to honour the other technicians of the film before the grand finale which was the cassette release.

Nadiya asked the gathering to spend two minutes in silence in remembrance of the martyrs of the Mumbai massacre, in which she had lost two friends.

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