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The film marks the directorial debut of R Suresh, an erstwhile assistant of Sakthi Chidambaram
She will be reportedly playing the role of a doctor
Touted to be an action drama with a smattering of humour, the film also stars Yogi Babu in an important role
The Kolamavu Kokila actor will be part of a week-long schedule, planned at prime locations in Chennai
Produced by SNS Movies, the film is directed by Babu Yogeswaran, who had earlier made the 2005 Jayam Ravi-starrer Daas.
Following his LKG coming out to positive reception, the writer-actor discusses the turns his life has taken in the last few years
Ravi has signed a three-film deal with the production house, Screen Scene Media Entertainment Pvt Ltd, who have been associated with films like Sandakozhi 2, Thadam, Neeya and Iruttu.
Directed by debutant Barath Neelakantan, the film stars Arulnithi and Shraddha Srinath in the lead
The first schedule was reportedly wrapped up a few days ago, and the crew is currently shooting the next one at Prasad Labs and Napier Bridge
The first image from the film's sets shows Siva, Rakul and the director, at a science-expo, with the head of a dinosaur in the background.
The film, which will see Arun in dual roles for the first time in his career, is based on a real-life incident
From the teaser, it's evident that the film is about the face-off between Sivakarthikeyan as Manohar and Nayanthara as Keerthana Vasudevan
JR 24 will have music by the composer duo (Aadhi and Jeeva)
The film also stars Radha Ravi, who plays the Kolamavu Kokila actor's father, as well as Ramesh Thilak and Karunakaran in crucial roles
The untitled project will have music by Shamnath, cinematography by A Vishwanath and art direction by M Murali
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