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Senthil joins hands with his son for Bobby Simha's next- Cinema express

Senthil joins hands with his son for Bobby Simha's next, Thadai Udai

The action-thriller is directed by debutant NS Rakesh

Published: 23rd June 2022
Mani Prabhu, Senthil and Bobby Simha in a still from the film

We had earlier reported that Bobby Simha's next would be an action thriller directed by debutant NS Rakesh. Titled Thadai Udai, the shoot for the film started in May and has been going on in full swing.

It has now been revealed that veteran actor-comedian Senthil and his son Mani Prabhu are playing prominent roles as reel life father and son. Pictures of the same are being shared on social media.

Senthil and Bobby Simha on the sets of Thadai Udai

Apart from Senthil and Bobby Simha, the cast also includes actor Misha Narang who plays the female lead, Prabhu, Senthil, Rohini, Sarath Ravi and Deepak Paramesh.

Thadai Udai has cinematography by Demel Xavier Edwards, music by B Aathif, lyrics by Vairamuthu, and action-choreography by Ganesh. The film is produced by B Rajasekar and Reshmi Simha under the banner of Mudhra's Film Factory and Aarudhra Pictures.

Bobby Simha was last seen in Tamil in Karthik Subbaraj's Mahaan where Vikram played the lead role. In Kannada, he played the supporting role in the recent hit 777 Charlie featuring Rakshit Shetty. He is also part of the upcoming Kamal Haasan-Shankar film, Indian 2.

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