If the latest buzz is to be believed, director KS Ravikumar – who has brought us films such as ‘Thenali’ and ‘Varalaru’ – is no longer involved in supervising the direction of Superstar Rajinikanth’s film "Kochadaiyaan".
Although KS Ravikumar has written the story, screenplay and dialogue for the film, it seems that he is too busy in Bollywood to carry on with the Superstar’s film. The director is working on a Hindi remake of ‘Chiyaan’ Vikram’s 2003 film "Saamy".
It looks like Madhesh, who directed Vijay’s "Madhurey", will step in to take KS Ravikumar’s place in the film, which also stars Bollywood beauty Deepika Padukone, Sarathkumar and Nassar. The film is being directed by Rajinikanth’s daughter Soundarya, with music by the one and only AR Rahman.