Manjima Mohan recently underwent a small surgery for leg and it is the reason for her absence on social media. The actress is now relaxing at home and slowly recovering from the same. Taking to Instagram, Manijma shared a couple of pictures that feature her walking with the help of a walker. The actress also posted an emotional note.
"A couple of weeks back there was an incident in my life, followed by a small surgery. That's when I found myself having to spend the next month in bed with a cast on my leg. Earlier when people asked me " what is the toughest situation you have faced in life?", my answer was " fortunately none so far ". But going forward I have a different answer. Though the initial few days were not easy, I was back on my feet (in spirit) in no time doing what I love the most - my work. I apologise if I seemed anti-social (including zero response to phone calls and msgs) during this period when actually I was making use of this opportunity to enjoy some ME time. Now is when I realise, I have been really needing it. I know it may sound like a cliche but I mean it when I say that this situation has changed me; made me a stronger person. Like they say "Everything happens for a reason, and this too shall pass." she posted.
A lot of fans are messaging her to get well soon and sending wishes for her speedy recovery. We too hope that she gets back on to the track very soon.
The film industry is generally a male-dominated workplace. However, over a period of time, we have seen some of the remarkable female technicians in the Indian film industry. One of them is Sudha Kongara. This talented filmmaker shot to fame with the super hit film Saala Khadoos. Today is her birthday. On this occasion, let us take a recap into her career.
Sudha Kongara got brought up in Chennai. During the initial stages of her career, she worked as an associate director for maverick filmmaker Mani Ratnam. She made her directorial debut with the 2008 movie Andhra Andagadu. However, it was the 2010 Tamil movie Drohi which brought her recognition. During the filming of Drohi, Sudha wrote a sport-based film. Finally, she made the film in 2016. Starring Madhavan and Ritika Singh in the lead roles, this movie got titled Irudhi Suttru in Tamil and Saala Khadoos in Hindi. The movie was a big hit in both languages. In 2017, Sudha remade the same film as Guru in Telugu. Venkatesh played the lead role in it. Even Guru ended up as a profitable venture at the box office.
Sudha is currently working on her next film Soorarai Pottru. Starring Suriya in the lead role, the film got inspired by the life of Air Deccan Founder GR Gopinath. The film will hit the screens once the lockdown of the theaters gets over.
One of the popular music directors in South India is Yuvan Shankar Raja. Even though he forayed into the film industry as Ilayaraja's son, Yuvan carved a niche to himself in no time. Eventually, he became a star composer in the Tamil film industry. During a recent interaction, Yuvan stated that he is willing to work with Thalapathy Vijay soon. He also added that Vijay has inspired him a lot.
Yuvan recently participated in an Instagram live chat. Speaking in the interaction, Yuan stated that he is ready to work with Vijay right now. The composer is waiting for a good film to collaborate with the actor. Both of them have earlier worked together for movies like Pudhiya Geethai and Velai. Their fans are eagerly waiting for yet another collaboration of this duo. Meanwhile, Yuvan is currently composing the music for Thala Ajith's upcoming film Valimai. Yuan also composed tunes for Ajith's last outing Nerkonda Parvaai. Speaking about Valimai, Yuvan said that things are shaping up well but the COVID-19 pandemic has slowed down the things a bit. Yuvan assured that fans will get satisfied by the album of Valimai.
Valimai is being directed by H. Vinoth Kumar. Boney Kapoor is bankrolling the project under the banner Bay View Projects. The film got done with half of its shoot. It may hit the screens early next year. Huma Qureshi is playing the female lead in it.
Versatile actor Dhanush proved his acting mettle for the first time with the 2003 film Kaadhal Kondein. It is often considered as one of the finest performances of Dhanush. Today, the film celebrates 17 years of its release. On this occasion, Dhanush said that he will be forever grateful and indebted to its director Selva Raghavan.
Earlier today, Dhanush shared a poster of the film and tweeted, "@selvaraghavan forever grateful and indebted." Sonia Agarwal played the female lead in this movie. The film deals with the story of an outcast who gets obsessed over a girl who pays attention to him. How his obsession becomes deadly, forms the main crux of the film. Sudeep Sarangi, Nagesh, and Daniel Balaji played the other important roles in the movie. This film marked the directorial debut of Selvaraghavan. He chooses his younger brother Dhanush to play the lead role in it. Later, the duo teamed up for other classic hits like Pudhupettai and Mayakkam Enna.
The music composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja is another major asset for the film. The album contains 20 tracks overall. Seven of them were original songs, four of them are bit songs and nine were theme music tracks. Kaadhal Kondein got remade into various languages as well. It got remade into Telugu as Nenu, Kannada as Ravana, Bengali as Amanush, and Bengali Bangladesh as Onno Manush. All Dhanush fans are celebrating the occasion by trending this movie on social media.