Narmadha Media Snaps Anjaan Distribution Rights In USA

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Suriya’s Anjaan US theatrical rights are snapped by Narmadha Media One, one of the oldest film distribution house in USA is back with a bang.

The Anjaan distributors have released a press statement announcing their collaboration with director Lingusamy’s Thirupathi Brothers and UTV, the producers of Anjaan.

They also said that Anjaan is a stylish action thriller. Anjaan trailer is upbeat and has a promising team including Suriya in a dual role and Samantha as the female lead while Bollywood actors Manoj Bajpai, Vidyut Jamwal, Rajpal Yadav and Dalip Tahil play supporting roles.

Padmashri Santosh Sivan handled the cinematography, Yuvan Shankar Raja’s music, editing by Anthony and art by Rajeevan. Anjaan is slated for an Independence Day release on August 15

Plan to join social media soon, says Suriya

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Tamil actor Suriya, who is awaiting the release of Tamil actioner “Anjaan”, Tuesday said he is likey to join soon social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook.

“I plan to join Twitter and Facebook to stay connected with my fans,” Suriya told reporters here at an event.

He was speaking at the success meet of “Anjaan” teaser, which has registered one million hits within two days of its release.

Directed by N. Linguswamy, “Anjaan” features Suriya as a gangster in Mumbai. It also features Bollywood actors Manoj Bajpai, Vidyut Jamwal, Dalip Tahil and Murali Sharma in important roles.

Speaking about the film, Suriya said: “Shooting for ‘Anjaan’ was a wonderful experience. It will not be one of those films that come and go. Even after weeks in cinemas, it will continue to draw audiences.”
Filmmaker Linguswamy, who has collaborated with Suriya for the first time, said it was “a dream come true to work with him”.

“I have been under a lot of pressure while working on the film because I have to satisfy Suriya’s fans. It’s a stylish film and it was encouraging to work with an actor like him,” he added.

Jointly produced by Thiruppathi Brothers and UTV Motion Pictures, “Anjaan” is slated to release Aug 15.

Suriya’s Anjaan last day shooting in Mumbai

Anjaan-First-Look-Poster-6Suriya and Samantha starring Anjaan is in final stages of shooting and the filmmaker Lingusamy is filming some important fight sequences with Suriya on the last of shoot that falls on Saturday.

Sources close to the unit claimed: “Today will be the last day of Anjaan shooting in Mumbai Fort area with Suriya and some fighters. Film now poised for Aug 15 release.”

Makers of Anjaan have ample time for the post-production works and the censor formalities. Hence, Suriya’s Anjaan is expected to hit the screens on Independence Day as planned earlier.

Lingusamy’s Thirupathi Brothers and UTV jointly Producing Anjaan will enjoy the music composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja. Manoj Bajpai, Vidyut Jamwal, Rajpal Yadav and Dalip Tahil are also part of Anjaan cast.

Suriya started Anjaan dubbing

Suriya-Hus-Consented-To-Book-Launch-Photos-20Suriya and Samantha starred Anjaan has completed all the talkie parts and the unit is busy with post-production works. Now we hear that Suriya has started dubbing for his portions in the movie.

Lingusamy directed Anjaan is left with a single song that will be shot sometime soon after Samantha completed present on going schedule for Vijay’s AR Murugadoss directing Kaththi. Vidyut Jamwal, Manoj Bajpai, Dalip Tahil are also part of Suriya’s Anjaan cast.

UTV Motion Pictures and Thirupathi brothers jointly producing Anjaan is getting ready for the slated release date that is on August 15. Yuvan Shankar Raja composed Anjaan audio will be launched in the month of July.

Anjaan shoot not disrupted by protesters: Producer

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Producer N. Subhash Chandra Bose says that the shoot of Suriya-starrer Tamil actioner “Anjaan” was halted, but was not disrupted as rumoured. He says everything is under control and the shoot is progressing smoothly.

On Sunday, members of the Tamil fringe groups came to meet N. Linguswamy, director of “Anjaan”, and requested him to stop the screening of his recently distributed Tamil film “Inam” which revolves around a group of orphans during the Sri Lankan civil war.

“The shoot had to be stopped because they had come to meet the director and discuss about ‘Inam’. There was absolutely no protest as is being rumoured. Everything is under control and we have continued shooting,” Subhash told IANS.

Linguswamy distributed Santosh Sivan-directed “Inam”, which released worldwide Friday. Following the request from these groups, Linguswamy Monday pulled out “Inam” from cinemas in Tamil Nadu.

“We’ve nearly completed 80 percent of the film’s (‘Anjaan’) shooting. We are also planning to release the film’s look soon,” he added.

“Anjaan” also features Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Vidyut Jamwal, Manoj Bajpai, Rajpal Yadav, Dalip Tahil in important roles.