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Jayam Ravi to appear in nine avatars in Comali

With music by Hip Hop Tamizha, the Vels Film International production is on the verge of completion

Published: 02nd May 2019

We had previously reported that Jayam Ravi is working on a film that co-stars Kajal Aggarwal. It's now known that this film, directed by newcomer Pradeep Ranganathan, has been titled Comali and will feature Jayam Ravi in nine different get-ups. 

"I can't reveal the reason for spelling it so at this juncture. After his action-oriented roles in Thani Oruvan and Adanga Maru, Comali will feature Ravi in a role similar to the one he played in Santhosh Subramaniam. The film is basically a comedy entertainer, but it also has an important message and strong emotions," says director Pradeep. "The film will cover events that happen over a large period of time, so Ravi will be seen in nine different looks over different eras."

About the choice to cast Kajal, the director adds, "We wanted a huge star for the film and we zeroed in on Kajal because she hasn't worked with Ravi before. There's even a song in which we've built a temple for her." The film also has Samyukta Hedge of Kirik Party fame from the Kannada industry making her Tamil debut. "She has a good role in the film. There's also Yogi Babu, and he will be more than just a comedian. His role will be much spoken about," Pradeep tells us, adding that Comali also features KS Ravikumar and RJ Ananthi (known for being a part of the YouTube channel Parithabangal) in important roles.

With music by Hip Hop Tamizha, the Vels Film International production is on the verge of completion. 


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