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Back after a break - 'Khilladi'

IndiaGlitz [Monday, September 15, 2008]
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Bharath starrer 'Khilladi' went to floors almost a year back. The movie was shelved due to some reasons unknown. However the good news for Bharath fans is that the movie will be resumed now.

'Khilladi' stars Nila opposite Bharath and is directed by A Venkatesh, known for churning out commercial masala entertainers. He is currently directing Sarath Kumar for 'Imaya Malai', 'Vaa Da' with Sundar C, 'Durai' starring Arjun and Arun Vijay's 'Malai Malai'.

'Khilladi' is an action-packed entertainer and would be completed in one go, says sources close to the director.

Bharath is shooting for 'Sevval' and has agreed to do a movie with Suresh Krissna titled 'Arumugham'.




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