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Ready for Kudumbasree Travels?

Last updated on: January 24, 2011 10:30 IST

Ready for Kudumbasree Travels?

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Jayaram will be seen without his trademark moustache in Kudumbasree Travels, slated to hit the theatres soon.

The film has been scripted and directed by Kiran, who has earlier done some comedy serials like Ettu Sundarikalum Njaanum on TV.

The story is about a Chakyarkoothu artiste Aravindan (Jayaram), who lives in a remote village. He wants to marry a Nangyarkoothu artiste and finds his match in Aswathy (Bhavana).

Aravindan, his relatives and friends start their journey to Kochi where the girl lives. Things take an unexpected turn when a mysterious girl Sreedevi ( Radhika) becomes part of the journey.

Kudumbasree Travels is being produced under the banner of Mythri Visuals and has music by Biji Bal.

Image: A scene from Kudumbasree Travels

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Another Nadodigal in the making?

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Debutant director Rajesh Kannamkara's Ithu Nammude Katha features quite a few young stars in its cast.

Asif Ali and Nishaan, the lead pair of Rithu and Apoorva Ragam, come together playing friends living in a village.

Ananya is the heroine and Amala Paul, who has become quite a sensation after the success of the Tamil film Mynaa has an important role. The director says that the story is essentially based on friendship.

The grapevine has it that the film is loosely based on the Tamil hit Nadodigal.

Image: A scene from Ithu Nammude Katha

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Going all out for Arjunan Saakshi

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Writer-Director Ranjith Sankar, who also happens to be an engineer, is using the Internet in a big way to promote his latest film, Arjunan Saakshi.

The film stars Prithviraj and Ann Augustine.

"I have been using Facebook, Twitter, Orkut and YouTube to promote my film, which I think is something that is not so common in Malayalam. More and more Malayalis are getting familiar with the Internet, of late and it could be a great way to market a film," says Ranjith, who shot into fame with his maiden venture, Passenger.


Image: Prithviraj

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