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    what was his second movie ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManiVijay View Post
    what was his second movie ?
    Think it is Athiti - I enjoyed Bharathan Dialogues in veeram. The only problem is execution, ATM had a good storyline and great songs!!! Execution was the biggest problem.

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    I honestly think Bharathan will come good. He has more on the line than Vijay himself to prove others wrong. However I'm skeptical about his execution.

    Instead of playing to the gallery and adding un-necessary ingredients, he should stick to his original plan and make it happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shanker View Post
    M Raja was doing remakes and half-bakes movies and than Thani Oruvan came out of nowhere and stunned everyone. Granted, Bharatan is nowhere experienced as M Raja as a director but I think he deserves another chance. He surely knows Vijay's stature now and this movie will either propel him to never before seen heights or possibly end his career. I think he knows what's at stake here and will probably(hopefully?) put in his best work. Now, whether his best work is half-decent remains to be seen.
    Thani oruvan was written subha if im not wrong..to say raja stunned everyone konjam over thaan..from remake raja you cant suddenly be maniratnam..ellarum kum oru level iruku

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    Subha for Screenplay.. Story written by Raja
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    i think the issue here is not abt directors giving hits or flops..its their execution..ATM looked good on paper and guessed thats why Vijay signed the film..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahen View Post
    Thani oruvan was written subha if im not wrong..to say raja stunned everyone konjam over thaan..from remake raja you cant suddenly be maniratnam..ellarum kum oru level iruku
    Directing is not about writing/zeroing on a good story alone. Assembling the right cast and crew and execution is equally important. Raja did a splendid job in TO, no matter whose story it is. Like you said, didn't Bharathan mess up a good plot like ATM with his execution? My reservations about V60 are the same.

    And remake is not a child's play. Except for Thillalangadi, almost all other remakes of Raja have worked at the BO. That is why i still feel Nanban required Raja and not Shankar. The film would've been a much bigger hit than what it ended as, considering his salary compared to Shankar's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManiVijay View Post
    what was his second movie ?
    Adhithi, a remake of Canadian thriller 'Butterfly on a wheel'. The original was a good thriller but in Tamil, they spoiled it by adding songs and comedy track.

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    Ghilli la..was he also an assistant director or just a dialogue writer??
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