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Another love tale


"Aei Nee Romba Azhaga Irukke"... young talent in abundance.

THE BUSY restaurant in Nungambakkam was more crowded than one generally finds it. Naturally! The unit of G.V. Films' ``Aei Nee Romba Azhaga Irukke" had descended on the place making it a beehive of activity. The centre of attraction was a table and two chairs where the unit was rehearsing a scene. The story is about love. Director Vasanth has done a neat screenplay which has the needed twists and turns to sustain the viewer's interest.For the first time, Renuka, the director's wife, is the executive producer of the film. Sketching the story director Vasanth said, hero Sham is loved by Jaya Ray, but he is in love with Sneha. How he gets his wish fulfilled is the film. What were they doing at the restaurant, anyway? Sham, an advertisement photographer, comes there to take pictures of beautiful eyes. So he asks Jaya Ray to use various types of glasses and finally decides that she need not use spectacles because her eyes are more beautiful without them. Meanwhile Sneha, who is around sends him a message written on tissue paper. ``What do you think of my eyes? Aren't they beautiful?" And Sham responds. ``I do my homework thoroughly. I take time to get the screenplay right. ," explained Vasanth.

The film has young talent in abundance — Sham, Sneha, Jaya Ray, Vivek, Rajeev Krishna, Madan Bob, `Kavithalaya' Krishnan and Mayilsami. The story is written by Ashok Iyer, cinematography is by Gopinath. The songs are composed by five new music directors — Ramesh Vinayakam, Srinivas, Murugavel, Aravind Shanker and Ragav Raja. The re-recording is done by Deva's brothers Sabesh and Murali. Dances are choreographed by Chinni Prakash, Tarun Kumar, Suchitra and Kalyan. Lyrics are written by Pazhani Bharathi, Thamarai, P. Vijai and Kabilon. Stunts are by `Vikram' Dharma. Art is by Ragavan, editing is by V. T. Vijayan and executive producer is Renuka Vasanth and the film is produced by G. Venkateswaran. The story, screenplay, dialogue and direction are by Vasanth.

S. R. ASHOK KUMAR

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