Sarath Kumar and Sneha have teamed up for the first time


Sarath Kumar and Sneha have teamed up for the first time in Vidiyal directed by KR Selvaraj, with music by Dhina.

Once again Sarath will be playing a dual role as father and son in this period drama set in 1940’s, 1970’s and 2010.

The film is produced by Giriguja Films International in association with Sarath’s new production company RRR. Sarath has ideas to produce three films with new faces every year.

The actor says that Pazhassi Raja has given him a new lease of life and he has become a star in Malayalam. He is doing two new films in Malayalam the multi starrer Christian Brothers with Mohanlal, Dileep, Suresh Gopi and another film Oridathoru Postman.

Sarath also said he has a project coming up in Bollywood for which shooting will start in July

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Sneha has set up a mini-gym at her house to maintain her physique


Sneha has turned a fitness freak ever since she was roped in to play a police officer in Bhavani.

The actress who worked out hard at a gym for the movie, is now practising yoga for a sound body and a sound mind.

The ’smiling beauty’ of Tamil cinema is learning yoga from an experienced master and is happy about the positive effects of the age-old practice.

Meanwhile, the actress has set up a mini-gym at her house to maintain her physique.

"An instructor regularly visits Sneha’s place and she spends two hours a day at the gym," said a source.

On her role in Bhavani, Sneha said: "I thought director Kicha was kidding when he approached me to play a police officer. I later realised he was serious. Since I wanted to do justice to the character, I worked hard to tone my body. The output on screen is great."

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Sneha's Vande Matharam is a movie that carries a bold theme


Vande Matharam is a movie that carries a bold theme. It talks about agrarian problem and offers solution to travails of farmers, who are forced to commit suicide due to poverty in various parts of the country, says producer Henry of Pankaj Productions.

The movie initially titled Aruvadai has been rechristened as Vande Matharam. Since it dwells on a national issue and speaks about the need for patriotism in troubled times, we chose to title it Vande Matharam, he says.

The movie stars Mammooty, Arjun, Sneha, Jai Akash, Malayalam actor Jagadeesh among others in lead roles. Directed by debutant Aravind, Vande Matharam is ready for release this April.

After a gap of six years, Mammmooty is back to do a straight Tamil film. He plays an intelligence officer and Arjun dons the role of a senior cop. Talking more about the film, Henry says, ’Sneha is paired opposite Mammooty, while Arjun is a flamboyant super cop. Nasser as Prime Minister is apt for the role’

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