Aascar Ravichandran’s ‘Big Tickets’ to roll

ajith vijay Aascar Ravichandran’s ‘Big Tickets’ to rollNaturally, every time a producer inks a deal with best team, he wants something prodigious than other projects. But Aascar Ravichandran happens to be a movie maker, who shells out his best efforts on overshadowing his very own previous films.

Well, it has been so illustrious with his projects churned out in the past and those ready-to-rolls indeed. Much before the town would get away with the fever of ‘Dasavatharam’, the producer delivered a fantabulous flick ‘Vaaranam Aayiram’ that equivalently won laurels on pars.

Aascar Ravichandran strongly believes in the mantra uttered by Hollywood’s renowned producer Jerry Zucker – I work in a business where almost everyone is waiting for the next big thing.

Sometimes it comes, and sometimes it doesn’t. But I have to stride and fetch the success with whatever potentials I posses.

As a matter of fact, Ravichandran keeps treading along with such attributes. Just take a glimpse over his next couple of projects, they would really send you high on excitements.

Certainly, the producer has already signed deal with Vijay for his next film while he is over the initial phase of bringing Gowtham Menon and Ajith Kumar together. It’s worth mentioning that Ajith and Gowtham were supposed to team up for this present project produced by Sivaji Productions.

Let’s hope that Ravichandran spells an awe-inspiring show of action with these upcoming films as well.

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