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Stargazing

In true hero style


Everyone knows about Ajit's passion for racing. And to give his fans a chance to watch their hero in action on the track, the makers of the mega venture, `Paramasivan' have filmed a motorbike race. Shot for 11 days on the ECR highway in Chennai, the sequence will have Ajit performing the feat himself. The hero had no dupe for the sequence. The much-reduced, youthful Ajit is being paired with Laila for `Paramasivan,' written and directed by P. Vasu.

Story of a stuntman


Oscar Films' `Dishyum' will probably toe a different line in the sense hero Jeeva is said to be the son of a stuntman in this film that will have Sandhya as the heroine. By the looks of it this should be Sandhya's next release after `Kadhal.' After `Ram,' a Jeeva film does kindle expectation. Also director Sasi who made an impact with films such as `Sollamalae' and `Roja Koottam,' returns with an interesting lead pair in `Dishyum.'

Alphabets all


Anand, Bharati, Chandra, Divya _ the first letters of the names of the four main characters make up the title of the Shaam starrer, `ABCD.' Sneha teams up with Shaam after a long while in `ABCD.' They were last seen together in Vasanth's `Yaei! Nee Romba Azhaga Irukkae.' The other heroines are Nandana and Aparna. Probably Shaam will repeat the success of `Ullam Kaetkumae.' Sharavana Subbiah who was noticed for his `Citizen' is the director of `ABCD.'

Busy hero


Even with his first film `Jithan,' Ramesh had proved he could deliver the goods. The actor is now working in about eight films including `Nee Vaenumda Chellam.' Namita and Gazala are the heroines. Venkatesh, who directed Prashanth in `Mannava' quite a few years ago, now comes back with `Nee Vaenumda Chellam.' Ramesh's dad R. B. Chowdhary had heard the story from Venkatseh more than a year ago. So when his son was offered the role he gave the green signal straightway. The unit has just left for London for the shoot. Unexpected twists and suspenseful turns will be `Nee _'s' special feature says a unit hand. Nedumudi Venu may be doing an important role in the film.

MALATHI RANGARAJAN

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