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Rajinikanth's Kabali to be dubbed in Malay

May 24, 2016 11:06 IST

The latest updates from the Tamil film industry.

Rajinikanth

Superstar Rajinikanth’s Kabali teaser, which broke several records for maximum views and likes, was recently dubbed and released for his fans in Malaysia, who were absolutely thrilled.

The film’s Malaysian distributors Malik Streams have decided to dub the film in Malay and release it not just in Malaysia, but Indonesia and Singapore, as well.

This will be the first Indian film to achieve this feat.

Directed by Pa Ranjith, the film is based on the real life of a city based gangster. According to the makers, the film will release in nearly 3000 theaters on July 1.

But there has been no confirmation on the audio launch, which is expected to take place in Malaysia next month.

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Action King Arjun to direct his daughter Aishwarya

Aishwarya

Arjun Sarja’s daughter Aishwarya made her acting debut with the film Pattathu Yaanai opposite Vishal in 2013.

The film barely created a ripple at the box office and the pretty actress hasn't graced the big screen since then

Arjun, who is known for his films on patriotism, has now taken up the responsibility of giving his daughter another shot.

The actor has scripted a Tamil-Kannada bilingual for his daughter, which he will also direct.

Titled Kadhalin Pon Veedhiyil, the film will have newcomer Chandan play the lead.

Produced by Arjun’s home banner, the film was officially launched on May 23.

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Trisha's Nayagi to release on June 10

Trisha

Trisha’s much-talked about horror comedy Nayagi is all set to hit the screens on June 10.

Directed by Goverdhan Reddy, the film is a Tamil-Telugu bilingual produced by Trisha’s former manager Giridhar Mamidipally.

The film’s first look poster, which had the gorgeous Trisha draped in a Kancheepuram silk saree with a pooja basket in one hand and a large knife in the other, created quite a stir on social media.

Ganesh Venkatraman, Sushma Raj, Manobala , Kovai Sarala and Brahmanandam also star in the film.

Meanwhile, Trisha is also awaiting the release of political thriller Kodi opposite Dhanush.

S Saraswathi in Chennai