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Kumki,Neethaane En Ponvasanthama to release on December 14 Last Updated : 08 Dec 2012 01:31:52 PM IST Kumki,Neethaane En Ponvasanthama having 'U' Certificate to release on December 14
Prabhu Solomon directed Kumki which has got a 'U' certificate will release on December 14 worldwide along with Gautham Menon's 'Neethane En Ponvasantham'.
Vikram Prabhu-starrer Tamil drama "Kumki" and Jiiva-starrer Tamil romantic-drama "Neethaane En Ponvasantham" have been passed with a U certificate by the Central Board of Film Certification, without any cuts.
Vikram Prabhu starrer 'Kumki' is all set to hit screens on December 14
Prabhu Solomon in his address said " Kumki is sort of a dream come true. Initially my friends dissuaded me from taking the subject. I could have easily done a quickie after Mynaa, but I took time and effort over Kumki, because I had confidence in my content."
Prabhu Solomon's directorial venture "Kumki" revolves around a mahout and his trained elephant. It features debutant Vikram Prabhu, grandson of yesteryear actor Sivaji Ganeshan.
" Kumki cleared with a U certificate without any cuts", Vikram tweeted.
On the other hand, "Nethaane En Ponvasantham" (NEP), which is directed by Gautham Vasudev Menon, is a modern day love story. It stars Samantha Ruth Prabhu in the lead role opposite Jiiva.
"NEP passed with a U certificate with no cuts", Trinath, a trade analyst, said.
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