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Another National Award for Bobby Simha?

Friday, September 4, 2015 • Tamil Comments
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Having gotten introduced in 'Kaadhalil Sodhapuvadhu Eppadi', Bobby Simha had been essaying smaller level roles, until his big break came through his villainous gangster presence in 'Jigarthanda'. This role also fetched him the most coveted National Award. Bobby is now acting in a number of movies as the lead and second lead. Amidst this tight schedule, he has also offered dates to Anand Krishna; and this will also be a gangster role.

Anand Krishna of Vidharth starrer 'Aal' fame is now directing 'Metro', on a taut script, with a menacing villain in it. "Only Bobby Simha can do justice to this role. It is tailor made for him" says Anand, about the gangster in the movie. And Bobby also has a powerful punch in the movie - "Panam irukaravan kitta thaan indha ulagam adimaiya irukum. Nee adimaiya iruka poriya? Illa adimai aakka poriya?"

The crew is convinced that Bobby Simha's performance is phenomenal in the movie. "Understanding the vitality of his role in the script, Bobby has been performing tremendously, in each scene," says Anand. The crew is confident that this one is also performance of the National Award-league. So, is there one more National Award coming Bobby Simha's way? We have to wait to catch up with 'Metro'.

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