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Nayanthara and Ashwin Saravanan will work together again

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Nayanthara, the Lady Superstar of South Indian film is commending her 37th birthday celebration today. Her online social media is overwhelmed with beautiful wishes for the entertainer. On this exceptional day, a declaration in regards to Nayanthara’s new film has been made, and the entertainer has rejoined with Ashwin Saravanan under Rowdy Pictures.
Nayanthara previously held hands with Ashwin Saravanan for the ghastly horror-thriller ‘Maya’, and the film that denoted her 50th film ended up being one of the most amazing awfulness dramatizations in Tamil film. Now, the actress has reunited with the director for a new genre, and the film titled ‘Connect’ is produced by Rowdy Pictures, which is jointly produced by Nayanthara and Vignesh Shivan.
The actress will be joining hands with director Ashwin Saravanan for a film titled Connect. The horror film will also feature Sathyaraj and Anupam Kher in crucial roles. The makers unveiled two posters in Tamil and English on Nayanthara’s birthday.
Sharing the posters, Rowdy Pictures wrote, “Here’s the announcement you’ve been waiting for! Presenting to you the first look of #Connect on this very special day #HBDNayanthara #Connect #ConnectFirstLook @VigneshShivn @AnupamPKher #Sathyaraj @Ashwin_saravana (sic).”


Nayanthara is as of now part of just restricted movies and the entertainer keeps herself zeroed in on motion pictures to convey super hit jobs. Nayanthara will be next seen in ‘Kaathu Vaakula Rendu Kadhal’, which is directed by Vignesh Shivan, and the entertainer’s first look from the film has been released as of late, she will be viewed as a conventional young lady Kanmani.

In the interim, Nayanthara is likewise making her Bollywood debut inverse Shah Rukh Khan in the untitled movie, which is coordinated by Atlee. The well-known South entertainer assumes a pivotal part, and she is relied upon to broaden her domain with the film.

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