and if they remain like this for good. The movie also has
an overdose of beauty with Poorna, Poonam Bajwa and
Pooja adding beauty and glamour to the setup.
Srikanth was last seen in Indira Vizha and Rasikkum
Seemane which did not set the box-office on fire.
The last role of substance he did was in Poo. So this
movie must be a litmus test for him and he tries to
make a comeback in K-town. He has done his homework
for the movie by reducing his weight and shaving his
mustache. He looks every bit a brahmin boy straight
out of Mylapore. Vishnu, on the other hand, is quite
excited about this project as this would be his second
release in two weeks after Bale Pandiya. He would
not want to miss his chance as well.
Director Sudha assures that Drohi would be an edge
of the seat thriller and promises to hit the bull's
eye in her first venture. Vishnu was so impressed
with the script that he agreed to do the movie after
reading it under three hours. The movie has been extensively
shot in and around Chennai especially in the slums
of North Chennai. As one would expect, this movie
has guns, bullets, bloodshed and romance too. This
would be as much a commercial entertainer as one can
The music was released recently at Prasad labs in
Chennai. V. Selvaganesh, whose first movie was Venilla
Kabadi Kuzhu, has scored the music. The music has
garnered decent attention among cine-goers. The camera
has been handled by Alphonse Roy. Editing has been
done by National award winner Sreekhar Prasad.
Drohi carries a lot of expectations of many. A lot
is at stake for director Sudha, Srikanth and Vishu.
There must be many crossed fingers in the crew. With
the talk of NMA still alive, Bale Pandiya just released
and Boss Engira Baskaran releasing on the same date,
Drohi has a lot to compete with. Unless Sudha K. Prasad
sticks to her promise that this would be an edge of
the seat thriller and a good one at that, Drohi will
find it hard to survive.