Ace Kollywood director Gautham Menon, who is well-known in Telugu as well, has a reason to feel proud. He is engaged in giving celluloid form to his story, which he says could be "anyone's love story," simultaneously in three languages.
He is one of the few directors of his generation to have successfully made a bi-lingual (Ye Maya Chesave in Telugu and Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa in Tamil) a hit in 2010. In a sort of a promotion, he has graduated to making a film, this time simultaneously also in Hindi.
Thus, he will direct three heroes, paired with the same heroine. Come September, he will move to UK to shoot for two songs with his unit.
For sometime to come, the film will be much talked about for sure. After the release, of course, people will relish its treat. This was what happened in case of his previous classy love story. In all probability, the film will be release on next year's Valentine's Day (February 14), says the grapevine.