The dubbing of Sivakarthikeyan’s Seema Raja has commenced with a pooja event at Le Magic Lantern in Chennai.
Sources say that the film will be simultaneously dubbed in Tamil and Telugu. The makers have completed nearly 90 per cent of the shoot and the last schedule of the film will begin on May 25 in Talakona forest.
Meanwhile, Sivakarthikeyan’s maiden production venture has been titled Kanaa. As reported earlier, the star on Tuesday released the first look poster and title of the forthcoming flick, which is being directed by his friend and lyricist Arunraja Kamaraj.
Sivakarthikeyan tweeted, “Very happy to share the First Look of our #SivakarthikeyanProductions first film #Kanaa #கனா Directed by my Nanban @Arunrajakamaraj with our dear #Sathyaraj sir.”
Sivakarthikeyan, who was last seen alongside Nayanthara in the hit film Velaikkaran, has teamed up with director M Rajesh for his next project.
The film, being bankrolled by Gnanavelraja’s Studio Green, was officially launched recently. Talking about the movie, Rajesh said, “During Vasuvum Saravanananum Onna Padichavanga time, Sivakarthikeyan and I were in talks for a project.
We were supposed to join hands after Remo but things didn’t materialize. I should thank Gnanavelraja sir for assembling this dream combo. I’m working on the final version of the script and also simultaneously finalizing the rest of the cast and crew”.