Ameerin Aadhi Baghavan

Aadhi Bhagavan is a 2013 Indian Tamil action film written and directed by Ameer Sultan. Jayam Ravi and Neetu Chandra play the lead roles in the film, which is being produced by DMK politician J. Anbazhagan and features music composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja, cinematography by R. B. Gurudev and K. Devaraj and editing by Ram Sudharsan. It is the second film in Asia to make use of Auro 3D audio technology. Following a formal announcement in February 2010, the film was shot over a period of two years across Thailand, in the Indian states of Rajasthan and Goa, as well as the locales of Chennai and Mumbai. The film released onFebruary 2013 positive reviews from critics.

Ameer Sultan, following the release of his Yogi, was expected to commence a project titled Kannabiran featuring Jayam Ravi in the lead role, which was initially to start in 2007. In February 2010, Ameer officially announced his new project at a press meet, stating that he had shelved Kannabiran for the time being, and instead began working on a different script for a commercial urban romantic and action film with Jayam Ravi, which was titled as Aadhi Bhagavan. He, furthermore, disclosed that for the first time, he had written a script, after the lead actor had been finalized, while usually only after completing his script he selects the most suitable actors for the characters.Early reports suggested that Jayam Ravi would enact the role of a gangster later he was manytimes reported to be playing double roles in the film, one of them being a transgender, however Ameer refuted these allegations and clarified that he would be playing a single role, that of an CBI officer, who would appear in various getups. ........

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