Ghajinikanth teaser: Arya plays a Rajinikanth fan with a memory disorder

Published: January 11, 2018 7:20 pm

Ghajinikanth promises to be an entertaining watch. Sayyeshaa is part of Vijay Sethupathi’s Junga and Karthi’s next film directed by Pandiaraj. See posterCannes 2017: Sangamithra starring Shruti Haasan, Jayam Ravi and Arya is a 250 cr projectCannes 2017: Sangamithra first look released and it promises to be an epic, see photosThe one-minute teaser of Tamil actor Arya’s upcoming comedy entertainer Ghajinikanth is out. So maybe this is why the filmmakers choose to call the film Ghajinikanth. Rajinikanth has good looks, fighting skills, swag and even a beautiful girlfriend played by Sayyeshaa but he also has a memory disorder problem. Related News
Gajinikanth first look: This Arya film invokes the phenomenon that is Rajinikanth. His forgetfulness seems to be the main source of problems in his life. Composer Balamurali Balu has scored the music album for the film. Karunakaran and Sathish play the friends of Rajinikanth and Sampath Raj, presumably, Sayyeshaa’s father. Apart from Ghajinikanth, Arya is also part of the magnum opus Sanghamitra. The film is directed by Santhosh P Jayakumar of Hara Hara Mahadev ki fame and is bankrolled by K.E.Gnanavel Raja of Studio Green. The protagonist is named after Rajinikanth as Aadukalam Naren, who essays the role of Arya’s father, is a die-hard fan of the matinee idol. The title is a made-up word from the combination of the words Ghajini, the super hit film starring Suriya about a short-term memory loss patient, and Rajinikanth. Actor Santhanam, who played Arya’s side-kick in several comedy films in the past (He is a hero now), is the narrator of Ghajinikanth. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd The film also has Motta Rajendran, who began his career as a stunt double and appeared in negative roles before he became the most-sought-after comedian in Tamil cinema.