Lingusamy's Kumki has become the launchpad of Sivaji
Ganeshan's grandson Vikram Prabhu. The movie went to floors on
Tuesday at a five star hotel in Chennai.
The story of the film is about a youngster, who trains elephants
in a forest. His life changes after falling in love with a girl,
says the maker of the film. Bangalore-based girl Lakshmi Menon is
pairing Venkat Prabhu in Kumki.
Kumki is directed by Prabhu Solomon and jointly
produced by Ronnie Screwvala of UTV Motion Pictures and Subash
Chandra Bose of Thirupathi Brothers. The movie has Imman's music
and expected to release in March 2012.
It may be recalled that Sivaji Ganeshan's grandson and Sivaji
Prabhu's son Vikram Prabhu had earlier produced blockbuster film
Ajith Kumar starrer Aasal in 2010.