Silambarasan was excited about joining hands with Gowtham Menon, who’s far-famed for presenting the actors with new-fangled touch. Indeed, the young actor had changed his idea about not performing mass-oriented roles after joining hands with this filmmaker. The film’s 90% of shooting has been already completed and was slated to hit screens for Diwali.
But, all of sudden Gowtham has flown Hyderabad commencing the shoot for Telugu version of ‘Vinnaithandi Varuvaaya’. The untitled film features Nagarjuna’s son Naga Chaitanya and a newcomer in lead roles. A.R. Rahman himself scores music for the Telugu version as well. Until Gowtham completes 90% of Telugu part, Simbhu has to wait for him and will be released simultaneously in both languages in December.