Chennai, Mar 12 (): In Kollywood, big stars meeting each other and having parties are very rare. This rare get together came true on March 8, Saturday. The stars who had their fun party are none other than the big stars of Kollywood – Illayathalapathy Vijay, Dhanush and Simbu.
Vijay, Simbu and Dhanush met at a restaurant in Chennai and had a fun evening together. Simbu said they had a very nice time together. During their meet, he said, they had discussed about many things, including music, cinema, their friends and many more.
Simbu, who was happy about having such a great time, tweeted his experience in his microblogging page Twitter. He tweeted, “What a night 🙂 thanks to vijay anna and Dhanush … “ and has posted a photograph too. In the photograph, all the three look smiling with Vijay hugging his star friends Dhanush and Simbu on either sides.
Dhanush and Simbu were once rivals; later they moved on in good terms. Now, they are spotted together in several occasions. They also regularly tweet about their meetings and fun times. This is the first time Vijay is also partying with them.
Meantime,all the three stars are busy with their own projects.
Vijay has signed a movie with AR Murugadoss and the shooting of the film has started on February 3 and progressing at a fast pace. The shooting schedules will be on by this July or August. The director has said the untitled movie of Vijay will have a grand release for this year Deepavali.
Dhanush has several projects on hand this year. He has finished shooting for “Velai Illa Pattadhaari”, which is slated for summer release. Also, he has KV Anand’s “Anegan” and untitled Bollywood film with Amitabh Bachchan, which is directed by Balki. Recently, Dhanush has also started shooting for Vetrimaran’s new film.
Whereas, Simbu had a couple of cameo appearances last year. But this year, he has two releases. “Vaalu” will be released in May and Gautham Menon’s directorial is also expected to be released this year. The new projects he has are “Vettai Mannan” and Selvaraghavan’s new project,reports IB Times.