Bhavana fever grips Vijay
With her fresh, childish good looks, Bhavana enters your heart like a rose sprinkled with delicate dewdrops. So charmed are producers, directors and actors that they all want Bhavana to act in their film.
Making her debut in `Nammal,’ Bhavana’s growth in Malayalam films was gradual. In the film `Chronic Bachelor’ (re-made in Tamil as `Engal Anna’), Bhavana plays the sister of Mammootty. She played Dilip’s jodi in `CID Moosa.’ Another film that catapulted her to fame is `Sopnakoodu,’ where she co-starred with Meera Jasmine and Prithviraj.
In Tamil films, her acting in `Chithiram Pesidhadi’ rocketed her to fame and she won appreciation from Tamils world wide. After that, Bhavana’s call sheet got full with roles in `Kizhakku Kadarkarai Saalai’ directed by S S Stanley, `Veyil’ directed by Vasanthabalan, `Koodal Nagar’ directed by Seenu Ramasamy and `Naan Kadavul’ directed by Bala.
When such is the situation, Bhavana has also impressed Ilaya Dalapathy Vijay. It’s neither aunty Trisha nor Malabar Asin this time. He wants Bhavana as his leading lady in his new film (the Tamil remake of `Pokkiri’) to be directed by Prabhu Deva and is trying his level best to sign her on. She is ready too, but the call sheet problem is posing a big hurdle.
S S Stanley’s film has just started. `Koodal Nagar’ has not yet started. She has given 6 months non-stop call sheet for `Naan Kadavul.’ In such a predicament, it does not look like Vijay’s Bhavana fever is going to be cured. So he may have to settle for either aunty or Malabar!
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