The shooting of 'Aadhi Bhagavan', a Jayam Ravi - Neetu Chandra starrer film directed by Ameer came to a sudden halt due to some 'unavoidable' reasons. A lot of doubts were raised about the movie, especially after Ameer was roped in to play a pivotal role in Bharathiraja'a 'Annakodiyum Kodiveeranum'.
Putting an end to all apprehensions, the director is now all set to re-start the shooting of the film. "While Jayam Ravi has allotted fresh dates, Neetu Chandra is flying down to Chennai to complete her portions. Everything will be done on a fast track," sources say.
"Ameer wanted to complete the shoot of Aadhi Bhagavan before he starts shooting for Annakodiyum Kodiveeranum. His portions in the Bharathiraja movie is expected to begin only by early next year. So he will finish Aadhi Bhagavan before that," add the sources.
'Aadhi Bhagavan', an action entertainer, sports Jayam Ravi in a different role. The actor said in an earlier interview: "I am a great fan of Ameer and watched all his films. I am happy to do the lead role in Aadhi Bhagavan which I expect to be a milestone in my career."
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