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“I didn’t act in Vikram Vedha because!”

Actor John Vijay, who is an established actor is known for his quirky dialogue delivery and unique mannerisms as an actor. The actor was part of Pushkar Gayathri’s previous films Oram Po and Va (2010). In an exclusive interview with Behindwoods, he talks about why he was not a part of Vikram Vedha. He said:

“I was badly wanting to but didn’t act in Vikram Vedha. In fact after narrating the story to Vijay Sethupathi and Madhavan, Pushkar-Gayathri called me to tell me the story. However, I was stuck with Dulquer Salmaan’s Comrade in America. CIA’s shoot was...
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''Watta delight killer'' Arya on Vikram Vedha

Vikram Vedha starring Madhavan and Vijay Sethupathi in the lead roles was released yesterday (21st July) and has got a rousing reception from film fans. The reviews have been extremely positive and both the heroes performances are considered to be two of the major highlights of the film.

Actor Arya took to his Twitter space to share a few words about Vikram Vedha. "@ActorMadhavan and #Vijaysethupathi together on screen
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Vikram Vedha Movie Review

Director duo Pushkar and Gayathri, has demonstrated through their earlier films Oram Po and Va Quarter Cutting, their quirky style of filmmaking. In their third directorial Vikram Vedha, Madhavan and Vijay Sethupathi join them for a brilliantly written story that is bound to satisfy the audience from all corners.

This is for all those who do not know about the Vikramaditya-Vedhal stories. In these tales, Vedhalam is being carried by King Vikramaditya and the former narrates a story to the latter and upon its culmination, a tricky question is put forth to the king. If Vikram keeps mum despite...

Vikram Vedha Movie Review

Director duo Pushkar and Gayathri, has demonstrated through their earlier films Oram Po and Va Quarter Cutting, their quirky style of filmmaking. In their third directorial Vikram Vedha, Madhavan and Vijay Sethupathi join them for a brilliantly written story that is bound to satisfy the audience from all corners.

This is for all those who do not know about the Vikramaditya-Vedhal stories. In these tales, Vedhalam is being carried by King Vikramaditya and the former narrates a story to the latter and upon its culmination, a tricky question is put forth to the king. If Vikram keeps mum despite...
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Madhavan + Vijay Sethupathi = Style + Swag!

Vikram Vedha is the next film by the director duo Pushkar and Gayathri. It stars Vijay Sethupathi and Madhavan in the lead roles and is a different type of a gangster film. Pushkar -Gayathri are known for their quirky films like Oram Po and Va which had comedy as the genre predominantly. Their individuality and originality is evident in the kind of movies they make.

But with Vikram Vedha’s teaser release, it looks like we are in for a serious thriller film that deals with gangsters and cops. Madhavan seems to play a stylish cop and Vijay Sethupathi a swag...
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Pooja gets married!

Pooja Umashankar, who is known for her impactful performance in films like Naan Kadavul, Vidiyum Munn, has apparently tied the knot with Prashan David Vithakan, a Srilankan businessman.

 

It is reported that the marriage took place yesterday (18th December), with only family members and close relatives of the bride and bridegroom's family attending it. Pooja made her Kollywood debut with Madhavan's Jay Jay and went on to do films like Naan Kadavul, Attagasam, Ullam Ketkume, Thambi, Oram Po, Vidiyum Munn and others.

We at Behindwoods send our best wishes to the newly married couple.
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First Full Trailer for Va Quarter Cutting Looks Pretty Good

I've been trying to find new info on interesting genre goings-on in India without much luck apart from Enthiran and Hisss, but in the process I stumbled across this trailer.  It is for a film called Va Quarter Cutting, the meaning of which I'm not really sure, but the trailer looks really fun!  From what I can tell, this is directed by a pair called Pushkar and Gayatri, and it follows the events occurring in one man's life between 6:30 Pm and 6:30 Am.  Not an unfamiliar story, in fact, it is a very common story, but the filming style on this one looks pretty unusual for an Indian film.  The cinematography and editing are very kinetic, I'd be interested to see if they can keep that kind of pace for three entire hours, I think that would make the time fly by.  I can't find any translations for this,
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