Mani proud about his student

The happy guru in Mani Ratnam marked his presence on Friday, when 'Vandhan Vendran', a film directed by his former associate Kannan, was launched at a grand function in Chennai.
"I feel immensely happy and proud to see Kannan's growth. He has started climbing on the steps of success and has more milestones in life. I will always there to support him," the ace filmmaker said.
In his address, protagonist of the film Jiiva said, "I would always make sure that I act in one film at a time. But I am doing four films at present ('Ko', 'Singam Puli', 'Rowthiram' and 'Vandhan Vendran'), as all of them come with powerful scripts."
Kannan said, "We have taken enough care to ensure that the screenplay is very different. The romance part in 'Vandhan Vendran' is freshly treated. Understanding the youthful theme of the film, Thaman S scores bubbly music. As usual, Pattukottai Prabhakar's dialogues will be trendy and sharp."
Produced by Srinivasan of Vasan Visual Ventures, the movie has Tapsi as heroine. Camera is by P G Muthiah. Others who had attended the launch function were AVM Saravanan, R B Chowdary, TFPC president Rama Narayanan, Theatre Owners Association chief Abirami Ramanathan, FEFSI president V C Guhanathan, Sun Pictures CEO Hansraj Saxena and G Dhananjayan of Moserbaer amongst others.


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