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Asked when he will work with the director again, Bond told IANS in an email interview: "Vishal Bhardwaj adapted two of my stories for films.
Anisha Alla Reddy was seen in supporting roles in popular Telugu films such as 'Pellichoopulu' and 'Arjun Reddy'.
Actor Udhaya, who recently resigned from the Executive Council of the TFPC, has been vocal about his film Utharavu Maharaja bearing the brunt of the date shuffling.
Rohit Rajpal, who was already in the panel, was named as the new chief while Nandan Bal and Balram Singh were retained.
Disgruntled producers who locked Tamil Film Producers Council president Vishal Krishna out have accused him of financial irregularities.
The court, headed by Justice Anandha Venkatesan, has also ordered the council to submit all the account details to the Deputy Registrar.
'Silukkuvarpatti Singam' film review: This Vishnu Vishal-starrer is another 'fun' film that isn't fun
Silukkuvarpatti Singam is the latest to join this illustrious list of comedies that attempt to operate on the Sundar C formula from his Ullathai Allitha days.
I haven't done any mistake, says a fiery Vishal after being detained for trying to break open TFPC office
Visuals showed the actor-politician, who arrived at the TFPC office at T Nagar with his supporters, insisting on breaking the lock and entering the office, saying the closure was 'unauthorised.
The group of producers put forth 18 points to explain their discontent with the current management and why they wanted TFPC president Vishal to resign immediately.
A light-hearted film is incomplete these days without the presence of Yogi Babu, and Silukuvarpatti Singam is no exception.
'Kaadan', also stars Vishnu Vishal, is being made in three languages -- Tamil, Telugu and Hindi.
Musician duo Vishal and Shekhar punctuated their performance by interacting with the audience and sung songs like ‘India Wale’ and ‘Dhan Te Dan’.
Indian-Canadian filmmaker Deepa Mehta had earlier directed a feature film adaption of the novel in 2012. It was also adapted into a BBC series in 2017.
Vishal Bhardwaj’s last theatrical release was the sibling dramedy, Pataakha.
'Midnight's Children', released in 1981, is considered Rushdie's magnum opus and won him multiple accolades, including the 1981 Booker Prize.