The film, that stars Ashok Selvan and Shanthnu Bhagyaraj in the lead roles, is set to release on January 25
Actor Keerthi Pandian, who was last seen in Kannagi, took to her X (formerly Twitter) handle to share a few stills of herself from her upcoming Tamil film Blue Star. The actor is set to play the role of Anandhi, the romantic interest of Ashok Selvan's Ranjith character.
Set to release in theatres on January 25, Blue Star also stars Shanthnu Bhagyaraj, Prithvirajan, Bagavathi Perumal, Elango Kumaravel, Lizzie Antony, Divya Duraisamy, Arun Balaji, Balaji Prasad, Raghav, Shajji, Damu, Jeyachandran, Jeyaperumal and others.
Sharing few stills as Anandhi, Keerthi wrote, “In the world of #BlueStar, She’s full of life and love! She’s waiting to meet you all in theatres from January 25th.”
Blue Star is a cricket-based film, and is written and helmed by debutant S Jayakumar. It is backed by filmmaker Pa Ranjith's banner Neelam Productions. While Govind Vasantha has composed the music, Selva RK is the editor. Thamizh A Azhagan has shot the film. Blue Star will be opening in theatres for the Republic Day weekend and be competing with Singapore Saloon starring RJ Balaji. It is to be noted that Blue Star will mark the first time Ashok Selvan and Keethi Pandian will be sharing the screen space. The couple got married in 2023.
Speaking at the film's audio launch held recently, Keerthi said, "My journey with Blue Star film began in January 2022 when the director had sent me the script. He had wanted me to meet immediately and so, I took my bike and picked him. We searched for a place and discussed about the film. Once I read the script, I was totally engrossed by the way the film portrayed a way of life. Sports is an important factor in this film.”
She added, “One important topic that is often asked repeatedly is whenever Pa Ranjith is associated with something, they ask if he is talking political issues. What is wrong in speaking? Every aspect involved in our lives involves politics. If we don't speak about it, it means you are ignoring it. This film too has politics.”