The song in ‘Fire’ opened the way; Ritesh is now the hero in Tamil | Thee movie song brings Rithesh a lead role in Tamil cinema

September 21, 2021 by archyde

Anil V. Ritesh, who plays the villain in Nagendran’s’ Thee, is looking for a lead role in Tamil cinema. The reason for this was the song ‘Dheeram … Veeram …’ in ‘Thee’ starring Ritesh with the expressions of the adventurous and terrifying character ‘Ghatolkachan’. The song was circulated in some WhatsApp groups in Tamil Nadu and benefited Ritesh. Anil V is owned by U Creations, a Tamil Nadu-based film production company. ‘Fire’ was produced in association with Nagendra’s Visharad Creations.

Anil V. Written by Nagendran and composed by Anchal Udayakumar, Srikanth, R.K. The song ‘Dheeram … Veeram …’ sung by Ramadas, Manakkad Gopan and Kalabhavan Sabu was released during the discussions with Tamil director, actor and producer Athiyaman’s film production company Muthu Movies to produce a Tamil film. Atiyaman wanted to consider one of Sivakarthikeyan and Karthi in the Tamil film, which tells the story of a Nattu Rowdy, directed by Kaviyaras, who has directed several Hindi and Tamil films, including ‘Vasanthamthe Kanal Vazhikalil’ and ‘Thi’. But when he saw the song in ‘Fire’, Atiyaman himself suggested Ritesh’s name. Athiyaman is the producer of films like Thottasinungi, Swarnamukhi, Thalaimurai and Veeranada. Ritesh hails from Neeleswaram, Kasargod.

Kaviyarasum Anil V. And Nagendra

Indrans’ look as the underworld hero in ‘Fire’ featuring young MLAs Mohammad Muhsin and Sagara as the hero and heroine was noticed. Premkumar, Vinu Mohan, Ramesh Pisharody, Ullas Pandalam, Singer Unni Menon, Aristo Suresh, Payyans Jayakumar, VK Along with Baiju, artist Sujathan, Cobra Rajesh, Sonia Malhar and Reshmi Anil, former MP K.K. Suresh Kurup, K. Somaprasad MP, C.R. Also starring Mahesh MLA and charity activist Nasser Manu.

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Natasha Kumar

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