Silambarasan aka Simbu and Nayanthara's "Idhu Namma Aalu" has been cleared by the regional censor board with "U" certificate. Now, the makers are planning to release it big next month.
A report on IndiaGlitz claims that "Idhu Namma Aalu" will release May 6. It means the romantic-comedy movie will be clashing with much-hyped "Ko 2," starring Bobby Simha. Both the films have managed to create positive vibes. So, it will be an interesting clash of two biggies at the Kollywood box office next month.
'Idhu Namma Aalu'
"Idhu Namma Aalu" has been written and directed by Pandiraj. Simbu and Nayanthara, who split up years ago, have teamed up again after a decade. This factor has drawn the viewers' attention.
The Tamil movie was supposed to be released in March, but it was delayed for some reason. It is believed that the differences between Pandiraj and Simbu have caused the delay. The director and the actor were at loggerheads over having a special number in the Tamil flick.
While Simbu wanted to have the song, Pandiraj was against it. In fact, Nayanthara too was not keen to have it in the film. In the end, Silambarasan roped in Adah Sharma to film the track.
Bobby Simha, Prakash Raj and Nikki Galrani-starrer "Ko 2" is a political thriller, which is a sequel to hit film "Ko." The first instalment had Jiiva, Ajmal Ameer, Karthika Nair and Piaa Bajpai. It was written by Subha and directed by KV Anand.
"Ko 2" is directed by Sarath and jointly produced by Elred Kumar and Jayaraman. The trailer, which was released last week, has won good appreciation from critics and audience. The movie is said to be the remake of Telugu film "Prathinidhi."