Harris Jayaraj goes that extra mile for his music. Sample this. After the audio release of his next Endrendrum Punnagai, the music director felt that the film needed another song. Since the audio was released, he composed a song and used it as background score in the film. “When I watched the film for the background score, I felt it needed a song. I enjoyed working on it; it has come out well,” he said. The film’s directed by Ahmed and features Jiiva, Trisha, Vinay, Andrea Jeremiah and Santhanam.

The Tweet bandwagon

Today, a lot of actors are on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter. And the latest to join this bandwagon is Vadivelu. He now has a Twitter account, and this came about when the actor felt he needed to be in touch with his fans and keep them informed about his projects. We hear that his fans are closely following his tweets. Apparently, Vadivelu has roped in an assistant to update his Twitter page. Meanwhile, the actor’s busy playing dual roles in his upcoming film Jagajala Pujabala Thenaliraman, a comedy directed by Yuvaraj.

Deepavali treat?

After declining a film for Gautham Vasudev Menon, Suriya is doing one directed by N. Lingusamy for his home production Thirrupathi Brothers. He’s paired with Samantha. The next film on his list is a film directed by Venkat Prabhu, for Studio Green and produced by K.E. Gnanavel Raja. This bilingual in Tamil and Telugu is expected to be in 3D. It is likely to be a Deepavali treat for Suriya fans.

Being flexible

After the lukewarm response to his Ameerin Aadhi Bhagavan, ‘Jayam’ Ravi is said to have worked day and night for Samuthirakani-directed Nimirndhu Nil to make it a hit. He is paired with Amala Paul, and the cast includes Sarath Kumar and Ragini Dwivedi. The film has music by G.V. Prakash Kumar. The film’s Telugu version has Nani of Naan E-fame playing the lead.

His next project is with his brother Raja, and he’s paired with Nayanthara. Since the actor had piled on the kilos for Nimirndhu Nil and another project Bhoologam, he’s now said to be busy toning up for his next film.