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The film features Kamal Haasan and Boman Irani playing the lead roles. Sathyaraj, Shriya Saran, Soori, Amala Paul, Ramya, Adithya Menon, and Santhanam play supporting roles. The song “Kaaviyin Naanum Kaaviye” was the second top-charting song of Sathyaraj’s career . The Times of India gave the film 3 out of 5 stars stating that the comedy is the best aspect of the film .

A film with a story by Vivek.Cast:-Vivek-cast mehnudhari, bharti-Saitala-engdamaan,saikumar-darshan,harshita gaur-phosathi,vijayakumar-mena,dinesh,kiran-mudali,madhuri,chirag,shwetha sekar-pratishta.
This was an unofficial remake of the Bollywood film Sabse Bada Rupaiya in 2006, except this one released after Vivek’s death in 2014.With him the film is also supposed to be a tribute to him and Dilip Kumar’s character.The film has been produced by Vivek and his wife Sandhya Menon under their banner Venin Pictures.They have also hired few known film industry actors for the film.
Shraddha Kapoor has already been approached for one song and has accepted to do it.She will also be seen in a bit role in the film.
Sridevika later confirmed about Shraddha Kapoor joining the film.Also she has given her approval.
Shraddha Kapoor and Vivek’s wedding is over and both are living their happy life in their house in Mumbai.Their daughter, Shraddha, keeps discussing with her father about producing a film with a dialog ‘Tu hi jaanu goriye’. As there are many dialogues about ‘love’ in the film and the director is planning to give more privacy to the actor.Therefore Vivek requests Shraddha to do a schedule of Goa for 2 months.When they meet, Shraddha’s bond with her father became more cordial.
The director has gifted her a car.So Shraddha feels that she has to get a car in order to drive to work http://dponewsbd.com/?p=4168


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The Ohel Ya’akov Synagogue (also known as Ohel Ya’acov Synagogue) is a historic synagogue in Cleveland, Ohio, United States. Built in 1903, it serves the Jewish community of Cleveland. It was designed by noted synagogue architecture firm Ward and Bauer of New York; it has been named a historic site.

Ohel Ya’akov Synagogue was established in 1903 in Cleveland as a branch of Congregation Shearith Israel. The congregation was established by Polish and Russian Jews. Its first building was erected in 1909, and a small chapel was added in 1915; both are now owned by the city of Cleveland.

The synagogue was designed by prominent Chicago architect John W. N. Ward and his partner, Albert E. Bauer. The synagogue was completed at a cost of $16,000. It served the Jewish community of Cleveland for the next 100 years, until the previous Shearith Israel building was closed in 1993 due to deteriorating structural support. The congregation was then forced to move to suburban Shaker Heights in 1995. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006. At that time, the building was vacant; the congregation used it for religious study classes, and other activities.

See also
List of the oldest synagogues in the United States


External links
, including photo from 2003, at Ohio History Central

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