Actor Arulnithi, grand-son of the nonagenarian DMK president M. Karunanidhi and who has made a name for himself in Kollywood as an actor of substance, is joining hands with noted film-maker Radha Mohan for the second time in succession.
Arulnithi is presently shooting for Radha Mohan’s upcoming directorial venture Brindavanam which has him romancing newcomer Tanya, grand-daughter of late actor Ravichandran, who makes her debut in Tamil films as heroine with this film. Produced by Shan Sutharasan, the film’s shoot commenced late last year. Vishal Chandrasekhar scorest the music while M.S. Vivekanand handles the camera.
Radha Mohan, the director who has made memorable films such as Mozhi, Payanam and Gouravam in the past, had his Uppu Karuvaadu releasing in 2015 and hasn’t had a release for two years now. Lanky Arulnithi and Vivek play lead roles in Brindavanam which is likely to release in theatres in the third week of August.
“The crew is happy that Brindavanam has shaped up very well; I have an excellent rapport and understanding with Radha Mohan and I feel absolutely comfortable while working with him. I’m excited to announce that he would be directing me again in my next untitled film for which we have finalized the script. Title of the film and the artistes and technicians to work would be announced soon,” Arulnithi informs.