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Yuvan Shankar turns producer?

IndiaGlitz [Saturday, December 08, 2007]
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The latest buzz in Kollywood is that the young musician Yuvan Shankar Raja is planning to become a producer soon. It is also said that he will have Shanthanu, son of K. Bhagyaraj, as the hero of his maiden project.

The film, the sources say, will be a double hero subject. Shanthanu will have a company of a newcomer as second hero. The cast selection for other roles, including heroine, are yet be done. 

Bhagyaraj too is believed to have planned to begin his own production house. According to the grapevine, a famous corporate company might help the director cum actor in his endeavor.

Meanwhile, Shanthanu is eagerly awaiting the release of his maiden venture 'Sakkarakatti'. 




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