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Pradeep Ranganathan's Love Today passes through the censors

The film, which has music by Yuvan Shankar Raja, is set for November 4 release

Published: 26th October 2022
Love Today

Pradeep Ranganathan's upcoming film Love Today, which also marks the director's acting debut, has been certified U/A by the censor board, the makers announced on Wednesday. Pradeep previously directed Jayam Ravi and Kajal Aggarwal's Comali in 2019. In Love Today, while Naachiyar fame Ivana is playing the female lead, Sathyaraj, Yogi Babu, Radikaa Sarathkumar, Raveena, Vijay Varadaraj and Adithya Kathir play the supporting roles. 

Love Today is produced by Kalpathi S Aghoram, Kalpathi S Ganesh, and Kalpathi S Suresh under the banner of AGS Entertainment. And Archana Kalpathi serves as a creative producer. The film is billed as a romantic comedy. The recently released trailer hints at a twisted tale of romance. The film's conflict begins when Sathyaraj, who plays Ivana's father, challenges the couple to exchange their phones for a day. Meanwhile, it may be noted that Love Today is an extension of Pradeep's short film, Appa Lock. The film borrows its title from the 1997 hit film starring Vijay in the lead. While Love Today has music by Yuvan Shankar Raja, the cinematography is handled by Dinesh Purushothaman and edits by Pradeep E Ragav. The film, which has music by Yuvan Shankar Raja, is set for November 4 release.

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