It’s a wrap for Anurag Kashyap and Nayanthara’s Imaikkaa Nodigal

first_imgImaikkaa Nodigal is among the many anticipated Tamil films that will hit the screens in 2018. The movie will introduce Anurag Kashyap as an actor to Tamil Nadu, the state which already has a good fan-following thanks to his directorial ventures. The latest buzz is that the shoot of the film has finally come to an end.Actor Atharvaa, who plays the lead role in the film, took to Twitter to share a picture from the last day of the shoot.With that it�??s a wrap for Team #ImaikkaaNodigal . Been one crazy ride & Good fun working with this cool bunch ! �?�?Time to say Tata bye bye here and report to Duty as a Cop from tomorrow for @samanton21 �??��?��??️ pic.twitter.com/5C8EFPoCiX- Atharvaa (@Atharvaamurali) December 17, 2017The film also stars actress Nayanthara. The much-sought-after actor Vijay Sethupathi has also played a cameo in the film, which is directed by R Ajay Gnanamuthu of Demonte Colony fame. Sethupathi, according to rumours, is playing the husband of Nayanthara in the flick, which is touted to be a revenge story.Meanwhile, actor Atharvaa will start shooting for his cop film, that is set go on floors this week. The upcoming yet-untitled film will be directed by Sam Anton, who has helmed movies like Darling and Enakku Innoru Paer Irukku.Imaikkaa Nodigal music album is composed by Hip Hop Tamizha and the film also stars Raashi Khanna in a pivotal role.ALSO WATCH: A look at the times controversy king Shah Rukh Khan landed himself in a soup advertisementlast_img read more

Why Guardian US is supporting Mexico, North America’s team, at the World Cup

first_imgUS sports Share on WhatsApp Mexico: North America’s team Topics Share on LinkedIn Share on Facebook Mexico World Cup Share on Pinterestcenter_img Share on Twitter World Cup 2018 Here at Guardian US we have decided to back Mexico. El Tri have already made the US a second home: just over half of their international matches since 2007 have been played in the US, across 22 metropolitan areas. Then there’s the shared football history between the two countries, from thrilling World Cup qualifiers to Mexicans who have lit up Major League Soccer and Americans who have made the journey to star in Liga MX. And, of course, Mexico and the US, along with Canada, will co-host the 2026 World Cup.And then there’s the political climate we are living in. As presidential policy creates rifts between the US and Mexico now is an excellent time, to use an old cliche, for sport to bring the countries closer together.In the next few weeks, we’ll have a reporter at each of Mexico’s games, starting from their opener against the reigning champions Germany on Sunday. We’ll also liveblog every El Tri game – in English and Spanish – and provide news and analysis throughout the tournament.Our coverage won’t be limited to the pitch though. To launch our coverage we have Mexican-American boxing legend Oscar de la Hoya explaining why the US should support Mexico while Raul Vilchis will explain why, at a time of division and walls, the World Cup can be a time to celebrate both countries’ shared history and culture. He will also explore the importance of football and the national team to the country’s identity.Later in the tournament, we’ll hear from Tom Dart, who travelled to Laredo, Texas to talk to Mexican-Americans fans on the border about how they handle their split loyalties in soccer while Nick Ames profiles looks at the career of one of Mexico’s biggest stars, Javier Hernández, on the eve of the tournament. Léelo en españolAs the World Cup kicks off this week without the US men’s national team, American fans are choosing who to put their support behind. Will it be the world champions Germany, the jogo bonito of Brazil, Lionel Messi’s Argentina or rank outsiders like Panama, Saudi Arabia and England? Share via Email Share on Messenger Reuse this contentlast_img read more