Nayantara had openly declared that she will not do any more films with her ex beau Silambarasan after they had a bitter end to their relationship. But somehow director Pandiraj of Pasanga fame managed to convince both Simbu and Nayantara to act together after a long time with his strong script and story narration skills.
Ever since, fans have been eagerly gobbling up interesting news from the sets of Idhu Namma Aalu. Unfortunately for rumour makers, Nayantara and Simbu have stuck to professionalism so far and have been determined to not let their past affect their career in any way. Silambarasan also went on to bring his brother Kuralarasan into the mix of things by bringing him on board as a music director.
Kuralarasan, who has acted in several films as a child artist is making his debut as a music composer in Simbu's upcoming film and looks like he is all set to make an impression in his first film itself. The new kid on the block has managed to make Yuvan Shankar Raja sing under his music for Idhu Namma Aalu.
The number according to the rumour mills is said to be a stylish one that suits Yuvan's style. Earlier there were news doing rounds that Simbu's younger brother have also composed a number in which both Simbu and T Rajendar will have their voice lended. It is to be noted that Simbu's father T Rajendar has already sung some hit numbers for his son including 'Yammaadi Aathaadi' in Vallavan and 'Kalaasala Kalasalaa' in Osthe.
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