Rockline Venkatesh is now gearing up to produce his next film in Tamil. After Rajinikanth's "Lingaa," he will now collaborate with the superstar's son-in-law Dhanush for a film, which is expected to be directed by award-winning Vetrimaaran.
A Behindwoods report claims that Rockline Venkatesh is likely to produce an artistic movie and the project might begin by the end of this year. More details on the flick are expected to be revealed once things are finalised.
Dhanush and Vetrimaaran had earlier collaborated in National Award-winning movie "Aadkulam." The actor had also produced the director's recent movie "Visaranai," which has also won national honours.
Since they have won National Awards in their earlier collaborations, the duo's next project also has started generating curiosity in the minds of the audience.
Dhanush is currently busy with "Kodi" and Gautham Menon's "Yennai Nokki Paayum Thotta." Later, he will be moving on to his Hollywood debut flick "The Fakir."
On the other hand, Rockline Venkatesh's "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" also won the National Award in the Best Popular Film category. This doubles the expectations on the forthcoming Tamil movie.
Rockline Venkatesh has predominantly produced Kannada movies. He has made films with most of the big names of Sandalwood like late Vishnuvardhan, Shivaraj Kumar, Upendra, Ravichandran, Puneeth Rajkumar and many others.
He has also produced a few movies in Tamil, including "Lingaa" with Rajinikanth and "Majaa" with Vikram. In Telugu, he has made "Power," starring Ravi Teja and Hansika Motwani.