New pair in Kunjumon’s comeback film

With an unusual name like Madalsa, the pretty lass is all set to conquer hearts in Kollywood.

Published: 04th November 2008 01:33 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th May 2012 04:52 PM   |  A+A-


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With an unusual name like Madalsa, the pretty lass is all set to conquer hearts in Kollywood. And for someone looking for a break, Kunjumon’s offer is a lifetime opportunity. Madalsa is the daughter of Bollywood actress Sheela (best remembered as Devaki in old television serial Mahabharat and several Bollywood films like Ajnabi etc). Ask her how she landed up in Kollywood and she says, “This is a great place to get a sound training. Tamil cinema is very promising and several major Bollywood heroines like Aishwarya, Lara, Priyanka, Katrina, Reema and many others have made it big in the South.” The girl already has a little filmi experience with a film in Telugu but Kollywood is where her dreams lie. Let’s see if Kunjumon’s bandwagon will make her next big face of Kollywood.

The hero of 'Kadhalukku Maranamillai' is Tejas who is now called Rahul with this film. The young actor is all excited about his project and attempts to speak in Tamil. “I did 'Meesai Chivuri Daga' in Kannada two years ago,” says this IT grad who also did his MBA by correspondence. How did Tamil films happen? “I knew director C Balajee through a friend and when I met him, he liked me for the role,” he explains.

What’s his role all about in the film? “I cant reveal the details but it’s a strong love story. People in any part of the world will be able to relate to this story.”And why did he want to enter Kollywood? “The love of the audiences is great here and so is the quality of films made. Kollywood is where I want to be,” he signs off. Will all that love in the story translate into love between the audience and the hero as well?

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