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Gautham Menon’s car crashes into lorry in Chennai, director suffers minor injuries

Gautham Menon’s car crashes into lorry in Chennai, director suffers minor injuries

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Gautham Menon’s luxury car was completely damaged in the crash with the tipper lorry.
TNM Staff
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Director Gautham Vasudev Menon met with an accident at 3.30 am on Thursday, when his car collided with a tipper lorry. The incident occurred near Chennai’s Sholinganallur signal, when he was travelling Mahabalipuram to Chennai.
However, Gautham escaped with minor injuries.
Images from the scene of the accident show the car that Gautham was travelling in to be badly damaged. The luxury car, which collided head on with the lorry, is barely recognizable. Although the car seems intact inside, the impact of the collision is clear, as the front of the car is a mangled mess.

The director is currently wrapping up shooting for Vikram’s Dhruva Natchathiram, and will soon begin filming his highly-anticipated film, Ondraga, which will see stars from all four south Indian movies. His long-awaited film, Enai Noki Paayum Thota, which stars Dhanush and newbie Megha Akash in the lead, is also in the pipeline, and will hopefully see a release soon.
Gautham Menon also has a web series lined up under his home banner Ondraga Entertainment, which will be released on YouTube on Friday. The series, Weekend Machan, revolves around the lives of four young techies based out of Chennai, who slog their way through the week just for a chance to enjoy life on the weekend.
The acclaimed director, has directed films in both Tamil and Telugu. Some of his greatest hits include Vinnaithaandi Varuvaaya, Kaakha Kaakha, Yennai Arindhaal, Vaaranam Aayiram, Minnale and more. He also won the National Award for Best Feature Film for Vaaranam Aayiram.

According to IANS, Union Road Transport, Highways and Shipping Minister Nitin Gadkari had said last month that 61 ‘black spots’ had been identified in Tamil Nadu, which they aimed to remove to bring down the rate of accidents, which he said was due to bad road engineering.

 

Tamil Nadu tops the country in road accident numbers, and Chennai also sees the highest number of accidents caused by state transport undertakings. 

 

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