The National Award winning actor and director Dhanush will be the chief guest at the Ambi Ning Vayasayitho audio launch. The grand event is scheduled to take place at the Palace Grounds in Bengaluru on August 10th and the preparations for it are on. Top stars are likely to attend this audio launch making it one of the most expected audio launches in recent times.
Dhanush, incidentally, is the director and producer of Pa Pandi based on which Ambi Ning Vysaitho is remade. The Kannada version is directed by Gurudatha Ganiga and produced jointly by Jack Manju and actor-producer Kiccha Sudeep. Pa Pandi marked the directorial debut of Dhanush and it turned out to be a blockbuster. While Raj Kiran played the title role in it in the Tamil version, Dhanush was seen in an extended cameo playing his younger version.
Ambi Ning Vysaitho will have Ambareesh reprising the role done by Raj Kiran in the original and Kiccha Sudeep will be seen doing the role done by Dhanush. Suhasini Mani Ratnam is in the star as the female lead. Suhasini who was roped in to play the crucial female role played by Revathi in Pa Paandi, backed out as she is currently stationed in Portugal for a prior commitment. Reports later emerged that Revathi might reprise her own role in the Kannada remake of the film. But now, the makers have returned to their original plan of having Suhasini join the sets of the film.
Ambi Ning Vysaitho‚Äôs director Gurudatha Ganiga has told in an interview to the Times of India earlier that, ‚ÄúThe film revolves around a middle-aged pair, who were in love once upon a time and reconnect many years later.‚ÄĚ The technical crew of Ambi Ning Vayassaytho includes Arjun Janya for music, Jebin Jacob for cinematography and Kiran fir editing.
Ambi Ning Vayassaytho is about a retired stunt master who lives with his son‚Äôs family. One fine day, he sets out on a journey to find his lost first love and what happens during this road trip forms the rest of the story. The film is expected to hit the theatres soon.
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