Usually, every year for the Valentine Day, we would be bringing special feature on some of the best romantic movies of the year. But this time, we would like to make a difference and Top 10 Cinema brings you something special. This exclusive feature is about the sons playing the lead role in their fathers’ all time romantic hit movies.
Atharvaa Murali in Idhayam
Atharvaa Murali made his onscreen debut through the film ‘Baana Kaathadi’. Off the late, he has become the favourite of every youth audiences. It would be much more appropriate, if he would be playing the lead role in the remake of his father’s yesteryear hit movie ‘Idhayam’. It was a musical hit and now with Yuvan Shankar Raja composing music, it would be furthermore intensifying just like his father Ilayaraja did.
Gautham Karthik in Mouna Ragam
When we say actor Karthik, the Navarasa Nayagan of Tamil film industry, it would be obviously ‘Mouna Ragam’ that comes to our mind. Although, he plays just a cameo and Mohan is the protagonist, Karthik is regarded as the main highlight in this film. It would be really good, if it is Gautham Karthik for the reprisal.
Sibiraj in Kadolara Kavithaigal
The film is directed by Bharathiraja and it happens to be one of the evergreen romantic dramas of all times. The film features Sathyaraj and Rekha in lead roles with musical score of Ilayaraja turning to be a huge hit. Now it would be a much impeccable choice if his son Sibiraj is opted to play the lead role.
Dhruv in ‘Sethu’ remake
Vikram’s son Dhruv is playing the lead role in Arjun Reddy remake directed by Bala. But it is worth mentioning that Chiyaan Vikram gained a tremendous response to his critically acclaimed movie ‘Sethu’, which was directed by Bala himself. Now it is surely a right choice to have his son ‘Dhruv’ play the lead role in remake.
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