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Director Karthik Subbaraj took time out of his packed shooting schedule to watch much talked about 'Pariyerum Perumal'.
In the motion poster, it is evident that the superstar will sport the famous and beloved 1995 'Baasha' look.
Munishkanth says, 'We’re currently shooting for the film in Darjeeling. I joined the team on the 10th and I’ve got another ten days of shoot left in this schedule.'
Tamil superstar Rajinikanth was greeted by his fans as he reached Darjeeling in West Bengal on Wednesday.
Vaibhav, who’s almost done with the shoot of Deekay’s Kaateri, says he’d love to be a part of Karthik Subbaraj’s upcoming film with Rajinikanth.
"I'm aware Rajini sir has been doing political films lately. But my film with him would have nothing to do with politics. It would be a light-hearted film." Subbaraj says.
Elangovan says he assisted Karthik Subbaraj during his short film days, but had to take a hiatus from filmmaking as he had to gain financial stability.
It's not every day that an actor gets to star in a silent film, let alone make a debut as lead in it.
I’ll remember Mercury quite a while — not for its wholesomeness, but for some truly delicious stretches of filmmaking. In a scene, a couple are in an ‘Ale Ale’ moment, having just expressed their feel
Prabhudheva went candid about Mercury and his newfound lease of life as an actor in the South.
To be perfectly clear, no real explanation is ever given as to why all the characters in the film are mute -- and only communicate in sign language. Something to do with mercury poisoning?
Shashank Purushotham can’t wait for the release of his upcoming no-langauge film, Mercury, by director Karthik Subbaraj.
The silent thriller has an element of mystery and the darker side of industrial development.
Mercury, a silent thriller, stars Prabhu Deva Remya Nambeesan, Sananth Reddy of Jil Jung Juk fame and Indhuja Ravichandran, who debuted last year in Karthik Subbaraj’s production, Meyaadha Maan.
Rumour has it that Karthik Subbaraj’s next with Rajinikanth will go on the floors in two months. The film’s production house, Sun Pictures, made this announcement recently.