The loveable enemy
Madhavan, or Maddy, as he is popularly known, has been signed up for the second venture of Damini Enterprises - 'Ethiri' - in a new combination with leading director K S Ravikumar and music director Yuvan Shankar Raja.
Buoyed by the reasonably good opening for
'Jay Jay', a beaming Madhavan posed for cameras as pooja for the launch of 'Ethiri' was held at Prasad Studios November 28 morning. The film commenced with the recording of a song.
A large number of film celebrities dropped in to wish the team success in its new venture.
Hero Dhanush wished Madhavan well and posed for photographs. He was escorted by a couple of men,
obviously not wanting a repeat of the ordeal he faced when fans crushed him and he was hospitalised.
Srikanth was another hero who greeted Madhavan and Ravikumar. Looks like he has slimmed a bit.
The heroine of the film, Sadha, didn't have similar luck. Leading actresses weren't around. Junior actresses, however, turned up as did comedians and junior actors. Among the seniors, comedian Nagesh, Vinu Chakravarthy and Vadivukkarasi, offered their good wishes for the project.
The hoardings and posters screamed, 'Ethiri - the loveable enemy'.
Director Charan too greeted Madhavan, the hero of his film