Producer-director Venkat Prabhu and Pa Ranjith discuss their contributions to the SonyLIV anthology, Victim, and speak of the value of the short film format
SonyLIV’s anthology, Victim, directed by Pa Ranjith, Venkat Prabhu, Chimbu Deven and M Rajesh, aims to be an exploration of how perspectives in a situation define the identity of a victim.
The untitled film, which will be the actor's 22nd project, will be in Tamil and Telugu and is billed as a "commercial entertainer".
Venkat Prabhu, who is awaiting the release of Manmatha Leelai, speaks about exploring genres, his expertise in the comedy genre, and more
Though details about the cast and crew are still under wraps, Venkat has revealed a few details about the film.
'Manmadha Leelai', which features actors Ashok Selvan, Smruthi Venkat, Riya Suman and Samyuktha Hegde in the lead, is to hit screens on April 1.
As per the sources, Naga Chaitanya will soon be seen in a prestigious project, which is a web series for Amazon Prime Video.
Manmatha Leelai promises to have a generous dose of humour, like Venkat Prabhu's most other films.
'Maanaadu', which features Silambarasan, S.J. Suryah and Kalyani Priyadarshan in the lead, has completed 25 days in theatres and emerged a superhit.
The filmmaker, who has hit gold with Maanaadu, speaks of foreign film inspirations and unrealised dreams.
Also, thankfully, the film doesn’t get too carried away with this back story and never loses sight of its very own purpose: To have fun with its premise.
The 'Maanadu' actor discusses his upcoming release, and delves into the physical and mental transformation that he has undergone.
Simbu has always been what one can call a ‘package’. He sings well, dances like a dream, emotes convincingly.