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`Madhu' matters


R. B. Choudhary's elder son, Ramesh (of `Jithan') is on with his next project. Titled `Madhu' the story will make as much impact as `Kadhalukku Mariyaadhai' did, believes the unit. Choudhary was so taken in by the story that he gave his son the green signal minutes after listening to it. So was composer Ilaiyaraja. In fact, the maestro personally told Lenin who is no more into editing, that he has to make an exception for `Madhu.' The picturesque locales of Naduvattam, the ever-raining place near Ooty, has rarely been utilised by filmmakers so far. But that's where `Madhu's climax will be filmed. Priya Mani and Deepu are the heroines of `Madhu.'

MALATHI RANGARAJAN

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