Nayanthara-starrer Mookuthi Amman which is to be directed by RJ Balaji commenced its shooting on Friday with a small ceremony which was held at Bhagavathi Amman Temple in Kanyakumari. Later, the movie went on floors at Nagercoil. The first leg of production, according to the sources, will happen there and Nayanthara is expected to join the crew soon. Balaji has… Continue reading "Nayanthara-RJ Balaji’s Mookuthi Amman shoots start in Kanyakumari"
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The latest buzz in K-Town is that Nayanthara will be acting in a film with RJ Balaji, who will also be writing and directing it. After the super hit LKG, RJ Balaji is currently busy with the pre-production work of his next film Mookkuththi Amman. Vels Films International, producers of LKG are bankrolling this film which will soon go on… Continue reading "Nayanthara to romance RJ Balaji?"
RJ Balaji is pinning big hopes on LKG, his maiden venture as hero. He plays a politician in this movie, which he says is not just a political spoof. At a media meet in Chennai, instead of having a generic press meet, Balaji himself took over as the host and motored the press meet by interviewing important members of his… Continue reading "LKG is not just a political spoof: RJ Balaji"
RJ Balaji, who played an active role in students protests for Jallikattu, has thanked them. “I was not alive when 1940s agitation that brought the Tamilians together but today I’m alive to see the same spirit from you, students,” he said. “I am fortunate to have shared your will, strength and emotion,” he said, adding: “Thanks for giving me an… Continue reading "RJ Balaji thanks students for protests"
Actor and radio jockey RJ Balaji has requested the protesters to go home. He said the government promulgating an ordinance in itself was success to the peaceful protests conducted over the last week. He said in a video statement: “Instead of celebrating the first success (of making the Government to promulgate an ordinance), why are you venturing into violent protests?”… Continue reading "Go home, RJ Balaji tells protesters"