Keerat, who debuted opposite Arya in Saran's 'Vattaram', plays Arjun's love
interest in the film in the role of a reporter. Keen to make a mark in Tamil
films, Keerat has been 'very liberal' in exposing and in getting intimate with
Arjun in romantic sequences.
Keerat faces tough competition from Suma, another Mumbai import who will be
debuting in this film. Suma has left no stone unturned to inform all concerned
that she could be a possible replacement to Rahasiya, who is the current
favourite with directors when it comes to 'item' numbers.
Kajala, who appears to have taken a sabbatical from Tamil films, returns to
Kollywood with a small yet powerful role. Her performance in the film is bound
to create ripples; when sequences involving Arjun and Kajala were filmed, not
only the Unit hands but also those who had assembled to watch the shooting
couldn't control their emotions. This will be Kajala's second film with Arjun
after another brief appearance with the actor in 'Ezhumalai'.
Vivek teams up with Arjun to take care of the comedy track. In the first-half,
Viceck plays Ambi, the Mess owner and in the second-half, Vivek does a take-off
on Jim Carrey (remember 'The Mask'?) that is sure to send the audience into
peels of laughter.