Kannada actor Sathish Ninasam to make his entry in Kollywood with ‘Pagaivanuku Arulvaai’

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Sathish Ninasam is one of the skilled stars in Kannada film, and his 2018 Kannada heartfelt dramatization ‘Ayogya’ won him significant privileges. Presently, the most recent report is that ‘Kannada’ entertainer Sathish Ninasam makes his Kollywood passage with ‘Pagaivanuku Arulvaai’. Director Anis took to his Twitter handle and reported with regards to Sathish Ninasam’s presentation in Kollywood. He also merrily introduced his friend to Tamil cinema.

Anis has likewise wished Sathish Ninasam to make more progress in the Tamil film industry as the actor intends to accomplish more motion pictures here. Soon after the director’s tweet got attention from Sathish Ninasam and he then thanked Anis for the opportunity to act in the film, and develop his friend circle in Chennai

Sathish Ninasam plays ‘Aaduthotti’ Ravi in ‘Pagaivanuku Arulvaai’, and the film is a transformation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. In the interim, ‘Pagaivanuku Arulvaai’ legend Sasikumar has likewise invited Sathish Ninasam to Kollywood and wished him. The makers have also revealed Vani Bhojan’s character from the film, and she portrays Madhavi. The enchanting entertainer looks striking and wonderful in the banner, and she is relied upon to convey enormous with the film.

‘Pagaivanuku Arulvaai’ highlights Sasikumar, Bindhu Madhavi, Vani Bhojan, Sathish Ninasam, and others. Not many more characters from the film are relied upon to be uncovered in the forthcoming days as the film is preparing for release. The film is delivered by 4Monkeys Studio, and it has music scored by Ghibhran.

Said as a gritty crime drama that falls along the lines of films like ‘Ayyapanum Koshiyum’, ‘Pagaivanuku Arulvai’ also features actor-director M. Sasikumar and the story essentially revolves around his scuffles with Sathish Ninasam’s character of ‘Aaduthotti’ Ravi. According to a few reports, the film is said to have been shot extensively inside jail premises and juggles between the 1980s and the modern-day with the makers opting to shoot the film in parts of Chennai, Shivamogga, and various other parts of Tamil Nadu.