'Can't Find the Child I Want to Support'

Published: 23rd December 2015 01:45 AM  |   Last Updated: 23rd December 2015 01:45 AM   |  A+A-

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Anthony Thirunelveli, who is known for his association with the popular reality TV Show Neeya Naana, has now chosen to turn a film producer. He is producing Azhagu Kutty Chellam, a film directed by Charles, a newcomer, which revolves around five families and focusses on children.

Can.jpgAddressing the media, the film’s producer said, “Several kids have acted in this film but I wanted to help one of them — actually, it’s one particular child. I wanted to help with the educational expenses of that child. However, we have not been able to trace that child now. Initially, while acting, the agents helped us locate this child. But now, we believe the family of the child has moved out, possibly because of recent rains. My teams are still trying to locate the child. The film features a number of character artistes including Karunas, Thambi Ramaiah, Aadukalam Narain, John Vijay, Akhil, and Rithvika of Madras fame and has music by Ved Shankar Sugavanam, who incidentally happens to be the first student of A R Rahman’s K M Music Conservatory.

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