Vishnu’s surgery postpones Neer Paravaigal shoots



The ongoing strike between FEFSI and the Film producers’ council has hampered the progress of many projects. Things have been caught up in a standstill with a definitive solution to the problem, yet to be found. Neer Paravaigal Director Seenu Ramaswamy too has got himself entangled in the mess, as his forthcoming release has been upheld for a while.

Neer Paravaigal has actor Vishnu playing the lead opposite actress Bindu Madhavi. The movie produced by the Red Giant banner is an emotional drama set around the lives of fishermen in Tamil Nadu. Director Seenu who had made fresh plans to get the film on floors this 20th says, “I was planning to restart the shooting from February 20th as the row between TFPC and FEFSI seems to be reaching an end.” Sadly it won’t be the case , as the director will have to face more hurdles before things get going. After the shoots got disrupted owing to the strikes, now his lead hero Vishnu has been asked to stay away from any sort of physical activity for the next six weeks. The actor who got himself injured playing a match in the recently concluded Celebrity Cricket League, got his hands exposed to some serious damage. Doctors say that Vishnu will have to undergo a surgery and take needed rest, before he enters the sets again. A miserable Seenu explained that he will have to rework on the entire schedule, waiting for his hero to come back.

Vishnu, we wish you a speedy recovery. Get well soon!