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Is there a Tamil version of the movie David?

Is there a Tamil version of the movie David?

An altered version with the same title David featuring a slightly different cast was simultaneously shot in Tamil. The plot revolves around the lives of three different men named David, who are about to take a step which is going to change their lives forever. Both the Hindi and Tamil versions were released on 1 February 2013.

Who is the director of the movie David?

Actor-director Satish Kaushik also shot for this portion of the film, portraying one of David’s neighbours.

Who are the composers of the soundtrack of David?

The soundtrack of David consists of 15 tracks composed by eight various artists, including Prashant Pillai and Mikey McCleary, who had worked on Nambiar’s Shaitan, too]

Where was the movie David filmed in Northern Ireland?

A five-day shooting was held at the City Hall of Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK in September 2012. The film was enticed to Northern Ireland on the back of a trip to India earlier this year by Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster.

The Tamil version would simultaneously show tracks of two people named David with Vikram’s storytaking place in Goa, while Jiiva’s portion happens in Mumbai. A third story, featuring Neil Nitin Mukesh that was shot for the Hindi version, was planned to be retained for the Tamil version as well, but was eventually scrapped.

Is there a remake of Andhadhun in Tamil?

Hit Hindi movie, Andhadhun is getting remade in Tamil and is titled Andhagan. The film headlined by Prashanth is kickstarting today with a puja. The movie will see Simran, Poovaiyar in lead roles. The film was originally slated to be directed by Mohan Raja.

When did the movie David come out in India?

The film was released worldwide on 1 February 2013 to mixed reviews and performed average business at the box office. The story is about two Davids living in different parts of India whose lives eventually come together in a twist of events.

Who is the mother in the Tamil movie David?

Lara Dutta plays an extended cameo role as a mother, whose child is tutored by Jiiva’s character. Singer Shweta Pandit also shot for the film in both languages making her debut as an actress, while Nassar was roped in to appear in the Tamil version of the film.