Crazy Star V Ravichandran is one star who stands class apart, for the kind of films he makes. The films he does is completely different from what others do. He may be a part of remakes when he is just a hero, but when it comes to direction, he prefers dishing out variety for his fans.
As a director, he has announced multiple projects which have not seen light of the day. There are a few projects which were launched amidst fanfare, but shelved after shooting for a few days. Only Ravichandran knows, why these movies did not take off.
Check out the movies below..
This film had Ravichandran in a dual role and was directed by himself. Ramya Krishnan was the heroine of the film. Almost 50 percent of the shooting was completed and that's when the the differences between Ravichandran and producer Ramu started, regarding the budget. The project was put on back burner and Malla was kick-started instead, with limited budget.
This was yet another project which created huge expectations, the day the project was announced. This had Ravichandran playing a triple role. There were five heroines in the movie for which Juhi Chawla, Khushbhu, Sneha, Preethi Jinghania were confirmed. The project was bankrolled by Kanakapura Srinivas and shelved after the grand muhurtha.
This is in the making for many years now. The project was shelved multiple times and was revived equal number of times. Prakash Shetty was the producer initially but later Ravichandran took over, as the producer was not happy with the budget. The latest news is that Ravichandran is happy with the final output and fans can watch the movie on the silver screen very soon.
This was supposed to be debut movie for Crazy Star's son Manoranjan. The movie had grand launch near Nice Road, and a huge set was erected for the movie launch. Film was put on the back burner after it was shot for a couple of days. The reason for calling off the project is unknown. Manoranjan is now making his debut with Saheba.
Fans hope that Crazy Star will revive the projects someday. But in reality, chances of these projects being revived are very less, as Ravichandran has said in many interviews, he has moved on to different projects as he was not happy with the ones he had deferred.