Rima Kallingal to play complex character in 'Mili'

Thiruvananthapuram, Jan 11 (IANS) Malayalam actress Rima Kallingal will portray the role of girl with a lot of complexities in V.K. Prakash's forthcoming movie "Mili".

The way she evolves as a person and comes out of her shell forms the story. Popular editor Mahesh Narayanan, who has worked on films like "Traffic", "Seniors" and "Casanovva", has penned the script.

After completing the post-production work of "Netholi Cheriya Meenalla", Prakash will start shooting for "Mili".

-*-

K.C. Shanker turns negative for 'Samrajyam II: Son of Alexander'

Mumbai-based model-turned-actor K.C. Shanker will play the role of a villain in "Samrajyam II: Son of Alexander", to be directed by Perarasu.

Shanker is fluent in Hindi, Tamil and Malayalam and that is the main reason producer Ajmal Hassan has shortlisted him as the main villain in the film.

Actor Unni Mukundan is doing the male lead. The shooting of the film is going on in Chennai, where a huge set has been put up.

Veteran actor Madhu, Devan, Vijayaraghavan and Riyaz Khan are also part of the film.

-*-

Arun Kumar Aravind, Murali Gopi to produce movie

Director Arun Kumar Aravind and scriptwriter Murali Gopi will produce a movie together, which will be helmed by a debutant director.

Actress Rima Kallingal will be the heroine of the film which will go on floors in April this year. Other members of the film's cast are yet to be finalised.

After finishing the shoot of the film "Left Right Left", Aravind will start working on the production venture.