“Every time filmmakers plan for their next
projects, they want it to be better than their previous
ones,” says Vijay as he affirms that Deiva
Thirumagal (DTM) will be a notch higher than Madharasapattinam.
The crew consisting of filmmaker Vijay, UTV Dhananjayan,
G.V. Prakash, costume designer Deepali Noor and
Vikram were present at Hotel Green Park promoting
their film Deiva Thirumagal.
Sharing his opinion about the film, Dhananjayan
said, “I would like to make some clarifications
pertaining to the news about DTM. This isn’t
an art film or a piece of work made for the sake
of awards. It’s a decent family entertainer
made with good quality.” He added that it
doesn’t revolve around a serious script, but
deals with an intense theme about a father’s
laborious task to raise his daughter.
The producer openly confessed that they weren’t
able to meet the demands of distributors and decided
to release it on their own.
Director Vijay didn’t miss to slam down the
rumors involving the film’s delayed release.
“I was completely disappointed reading some
news, which mentioned that there are no takers for
the film. We wanted to take the film globally and
had more work was pending to be done with CG works,”
he said. Extending his appreciations for G.V. Prakash,
the filmmaker said that his musical score is the
“Every character has a significant role to
perform in the film including the junior artists.
Anushka will be ennobled as present-age Saroja Devi
for her incredible performance while Amala Paul
will walk away with heavy downpour of praises,”
One of the highlights about the event was Vijay
revealing that UTV Motion Pictures initially wanted
to sign him for Tamil remake ‘A Wednesday’.
The filmmaker confirmed that UTV Motion Pictures
will produce his next untitled film with Vikram
in the lead role. “I aspire to experiment
with different genres and this film will be a full-fledged
action thriller and we’ll soon make official
confirmations,” he noted.