Ravichandran to quit acting for his children

Published: 29th May 2013 08:22 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th May 2013 08:22 AM   |  A+A-


Actor-director V Ravichandran who has planned three films for his elder son Manoranjan - Avalu Avarisidalu, Andhu and Apoorva has silently started shooting for Andhu, which was launched few days ago. Talking to certain sections of the media at his residence, Ravichandran spoke about the preparations he is doing for Andhu. "This is an experimental film  and did not require much preparations. So everything is done spontaneously including the screenplay and the dialogues. Andhu will be more or less like a training school for my son," he said.

Ravichandran also plans to stop acting and concentrate more on direction.  "My son is very patient and waited for nearly four years to get a break in the industry. Right now I plan to release my film Crazy Star in the month of July. I am also waiting for my second son Vikram to complete his studies so that he too can get into acting," said Ravichandran.

Meanwhile the actor is getting ready with a new film, Apoorva which will be launched on the eve of his birthday, May 30.

He has roped in Parul Yadav for the lead role. Apparently Apoorva is a modified version of his film Ondu Nimisha. The film is about a 60-year-old man and a 19-year-old girl, who are neighbours.

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