Tammu joins Hari heroine bandwagon


Director Hari’s films have a Minimum Guarantee at the box-office. His films are based on family feuds, blood and revenge sagas with lots of ladies sentiments and set in southern Tamilnadu like Tirunelveli, Tuticorin and Kanyakumari districts.

Hari is one director who takes special care in the way he has projected his heroines. His films with action, family sentiments, comedy track, violence and a heroine who always wears pavadai- dhavani. She will have flowers on her hair, vibhuthi on her forehead, hair tightly combed backwards and above all she will be the epitome of goodness.

Hari heroines are not mere show pieces in films with a larger-than-life hero. They will have a meaty role with lots of comedy and romance in it. In his films there will never be two girls competing for the hero or any crude dialogues with double meaning. Girls like Jyothika, Nayanthara, Asin, Trisha and Anushka could make deep impact in mass commercial cinema due to Hari films.

The director always takes a photo shoot for his film before the pooja and launch and prefers to have a huge invitation card which will indicate the feel of the film. He takes special care about the photoshoot and insists that a picture of his heroine lighting a lamp is taken.

Now after the stupendous success of Singam, Hari is back with his new film Vengai, with Dhanush in the lead. Hari has Tamannaah as heroine who has gone for a complete image makeover and transformed herself into a typical village girl for the first time.

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