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Ameer and an audio launch
The music launch of 'Yogi', a film starring director Ameer in the lead role, was launched in Chennai on Sunday.

The event was attended by Tamil Film Producers Council president Rama Narayanan; South India Film Chamber of Commerce president KRG; distributors association chief Kalaipuli  G Sekaran; actors Jayam Ravi and Silambarasan; and filmmakers Cheran and Sasikumar.

In his address, Ameer said, "I wanted to invite all film personalities who had entered politics cutting across party lines. But I failed in my attempt. The camaraderie of sharing the dais irrespective of the difference is missed today."

He added: "I never plan anything in my life. My plunge to acting just happened. It is an occasion to cherish for me. Yuvanshankar Raja has come out with songs that are catchy, while director Subramaniam Shiva has worked hard to get the best out of me."

Actor-filmmaker Cheran said, "It is sad to see veteran director Bharathiraja declining to speak in public functions these days. He chose to go so quiet disturbed at Tamils not standing united to save the lives of over 1.5 lakh suffering people in Sri Lanka."

Actor Jayam Ravi said, "directors turning actors should be welcomed. They would know the difficulties involved in donning the greasepaint." Congratulating Ameer in his acting venture, he expressed confidence that Yogi would reap rich harvest at the box office.

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