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Selvaragavan, who is planning to produce the second part of the superhit film, has faced a problem due to the lack of lead characters in the film.
Director Selvaraghavan is one who can give different movies in Tamil cinema. He has directed many successful films. Since his films have failed in the recent past, he has taken the second part of the superhit film with the intention of giving success in his next film.
One of the films he directed was 7G Rainbow Colony. Actor Ravi Krishna made his debut as the protagonist in the film and Sonia Agarwal starred opposite him. Now, after the success of the first part, director Selvaraghavan is planning to make the second part as well.
This 2004 film 7G Rainbow Colony was a super duper hit among fans of the day, even though it was the debut film of a newcomer. After this the producer and director have given green signal for the second part.
In such a situation, both the veterans who played the main roles in the film are not alive at the moment. The absence of both Vijayan and Manorama, who play the protagonist’s father in the film, is a bit sad. Due to this the director is facing many problems while planning to make its second part.
After this news has come that Ravi Krishna, who worked in the first part of 7G Rainbow Colony, is going to work in the second part as well. But Sonia Agarwal was in talks to play opposite him. But due to some reasons he refused to act in this film.
Selvaragavan, who is already upset that there are no two great giants, is surprised by Sonia Agarwal’s statement. Thus the absence of these three people has also been a major hindrance in the beginning of the second part of the film. This issue has created a stir now.