Kajal Aggarwal, the actress who is busy with offers in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi film industries (though not as busy as Shruti Haasan), is said to have rejected an offer from choreographer-director Lawrence Raghavendra to pair up opposite his brother …
Raghava Lawrence must be on seventh heaven as his Kanchana 2 has broken many records at the box office and is declared unanimously by distributors and theater owners as the first blockbuster film of 2015.
As reported earlier Raghava Lawrence next film after the blockbuster hit ‘Kanchana 2’ is ‘Motta Siva Ketta Siva’ produced by Vendhar Movies.
Kalyan Ram’s ‘Pataas’, released early this year, became a blockbuster and the film is all set to be remade in Tamil. We have already reported that R.B.Choudhary bought the remake rights of the film.
All three films in the Muni series (‘Muni’, ‘Kanchana’ and ‘Kanchana 2’) were hits, prompting actor-filmmaker-choreographer Raghavendra Lawrence to go for the fourth installment.
The Raghava Lawrence, Tapsee Pannu , Nithya Menen starrer ‘Kanchana 2’ released yesterday, after getting positive vibes is all set to have a grand weekend opening collections with families thronging theatres playing the film.
Two high-profile films of completely different genre are to release today. As already reported, those in business are choreographer-turned-director Raghava Lawrence and ace director Mani Ratnam.
Raghava Lawrence, who is gearing up for the relase of ‘Kanchana 2’, says he waited for almost four months for Nithya Menon’s call-sheet for the movie.
Of late, whatever Prabhu Deva utters booms into a controversy. Whether or not the choreographer-turned-director makes his statement after giving careful thoughts about them remains anybody’s guess. Soon after saying ‘Tollywood’ gave him a new lease of life (not bothering …
Reports emanating from Kollywood indicate that actor-director Raghava Lawrence might appear in as many as six different get-ups in his upcoming film Ganga, which is the third film in the Muni sequel.