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    Sreeram to complete Dhaam Dhoom

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    By: Settu Shankar

    Monday, July 09, 2007

    Ace cinematographer cum director P.C. Sreeram will complete the remaining portion of Dhaam Dhoom. The movie starring Jeyam Ravi and Kangna Ranaut has been shooting in Russia for the past two months where its director Jeeva met with sudden death.

    It was said a couple of days ago that Raja, brother of hero Jayam Ravi, would complete the remaining portions of Dhaam Dhoom. But he is currently busy with his next remake project Santhosha Subramani (Bommarilu) with Jayam Ravi. He has explained his unavailability to the producer of Dhaam Dhoom.

    Finally, P.C.Sriram has come forward to the producer's rescue. A mentor of Jeeva, Sreeram has accepted to complete the remaining portion without any extra payment. Sreeram had earlier directed the Kamal starrer Kuruthipunal and Vanam Vasapadum.

    As of now, five song sequences of Dhaam Dhoom are yet to be shot.

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