Thursday , November 23 2017

TFPC to conduct biggest ever tribute for Ilaiyaraja

TFPC to conduct biggest ever tribute for Ilaiyaraja

TFPC conducting Indian Cinema’s biggest ever tribute show for Ilaiyaraja

Vishal after winning in the election of Tamil Film Producers Council on Sunday, Namma Ani team members who are assumed to take charge for key posts of the Producers Body. The council members had met the legendary music director Isaignani Ilaiyaraja and took blessings from him.

The team met Raja sir at latter’s place include TFPC new President Vishal, actor Prakash Raj, Gnanavel Raja and R.Parthiban.

Vishal had addressed to the media after the completion of the meeting with Ilaiyaraja today.

He said that the event is one of the happiest moments in his life. The time he spent with the legendry music director today has given him tonic for working hard for the next one year. He added that they are conducting a grand felicitation for Isaignani Ilaiyaraja This would be one of the biggest tribute conducted by the whole Indian Cinema. Also said definitely this will be a biggest tribute show ever all over India. Also added they are going to invite everyone from the film industry in India and the event will be conducted in Chennai itself.  As he said Chennai will be more privilege and be proved because Raja sir has been living in our lives. They said that they have been considering this event as a lifetime opportunity and also thanked Raja sir for that. The preparations for the function will be starting form today, he added.

Additionally the TFPC new Secretary Kathiresan said that the swearing ceremony of the new office-bearers of the Council will happening at Sri Raghavendra Kalayana Mandapam in Chennai on Thursday (April 6) at 6 PM. All the members of the Producers Council are requested to participate with their family members.

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