All that you want to know about Azhagiya Tamil Magan

April 21, 2007 at 6:37 am Leave a comment

By Behindwoods News Bureau.
April 20, 2007

Azhagiya Tamil Magan (ATM), the forthcoming film of Ilaya Thalapathy Vijay is getting ready at a steady pace. This film is being funded by Appachan and directed by Bharathan who wrote the dialogues for Gilli, Madurey, Dhool and Dhil. According to reliable sources, 30% of the shooting is completed which included a thiruvizha track which is a romantic number where Vijay employs numerous metaphors in praise of Shreya’s beauty. Songs are being chiseled with utmost care and the hero appears in diverse get ups in a couple of numbers.
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Vijay says that ATM is a thriller where he is not playing a double role. He will be called Guru and Shreya goes by the name of Abinaya. The other heroine Namitha’s portion is yet to be filmed and it has been said that there is a surprise element for viewers in the film. There are enough sequences in ATM to tickle the funny bones of every one as the director is known for his penchant for comedy.

A R Rahman scores the music for ATM and he has broken the myth that he takes longer time to turn in his musical scores. Vijay is said to have been floored by ARR’s tracks. Maniraj is responsible for art department and he has erected a colony reminding one of Royapettah area in Binny mills which is generally used to film stunt scenes. So… Vijay lovers… get set to receive Azhagiya Tamil Magan soon.

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