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Thailand Crew for 'Ivan Veramathiri' Climax

IndiaGlitz [Tuesday, February 26, 2013]

Starring Vikram Prabhu, Surabhi, Ganesh Venkatraman and Vamsi Krishna in key roles, director Saravanan's (of 'Engeyum Eppodhum' fame) project 'Ivan Veramathiri' team has just shot the climax scene, at Padur, on OMR.

Atop the 15th storey of a building under construction, the scene is shot in dangerous settings. Everybody in the team has taken the strain to climb all the way up and shoot this exotic frame. For the first time, a highly expensive remote controlled camera for aerial view has been used and a team from Thailand is working with this crew. The director says that it has come out really well. Produced by Linguswamy and Subash Chandrabose for Thirupathi Brothers, this Tamil flick has music by 'Engeyum Eppodhum' Sathya.

Encounter Specialist Arya

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