Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin had a calm walk in Chennai during the morning hours of Monday - November 21 as the city woke up to the wintry ambiance after weeks of rainfall. The climate resembled a hill station even as the residents who routinely go for a walk had serene outdoors and the Chief Minister, who is one of such residents, had a good talk and companion during his walk this morning.
While Tamil Nadu Health Minister Ma Subramanian, who is a well-known fitness enthusiast, was MK Stalin's good companion, the latter had a good talk about his son Udhayanidhi Stalin's just-released flick 'Kalaga Thalaivan'. In a video that has been going viral on social media, MK Stalin was seen asking Ma Subramanian whether he watched the movie and how he felt about it.
Donning the befitting outfit with a towel, MK Stalin asked Subramanian about Kalaga Thalaivan for which the senior minister said he had watched the movie on its first day and said that it has come good. Kalaga Thalaivan is Udhayanidhi Stalin's recent addition to the store of his society-centered movies after Manithan, Neenjuku Needhi, and Maamannan.
Kalaga Thalaivan got released last Friday - November 18 and has been receiving positive reviews from audiences and critics. It is running successfully at a high time when Udhayanidhi Stalin has been asserting that he is mulling quitting the cinema to concentrate on his political venture, as besides being an actor, he is also an MLA and serving as DMK's Youth Wing Secretary.
Earlier, Chief Minister MK Stalin watched the preview show of 'Kalaga Thalaivan' along with his family and highly commended Udhayanidhi Stalin and the entire movie team. It has been reported that Udhayanidhi has sported a never-like-before role and the fans say that the movie's success would be remarkable in his career. Now, the video of MK Stalin asking for a movie review from senior minister Ma Subramanian has become the talk of the town.
Kalaga Thalaivan has been made as an action-thriller movie. While the flick is bankrolled by Udhayanidhi Stalin under his banner Red Giant Movies, it is directed by Magizh Thirumeni. While Udhayanidhi Stalin plays the lead role, Nidhhi Agerwal plays the female lead, and Kalaiyarasan, Arav, Angana Roy, Anupama Kumar, and RJ Vigneshkanth play crucial roles. Srikanth Deva and Arrol Corelli composed the music and Dhillraj and NB Srikanth have done cinematography and editing respectively.