The look and feel of Muran is gritty and if the movie is what it is touted to be, then it’s going to be an exciting effort. Some media reports claim the movie is based on Hitchcock's psycho thriller Strangers on a Train. The original, adapted from a book of the same name and directed by the master storyteller, was exquisitely shot with a thin line of drama running throughout.
Muran would obviously be tuned to face the Tamil audience and you can expect a fair dose of drama here. Cheran is also producing this drama thriller, apart from starring in it with Prasanna. UTV Motion Pictures are the co-producers of the movie. The movie is directed by a debut director Rajan Madhav.
Shooting took place for about a year and the movie has Nikita Thukral, Haripriya and Jayaprakash playing significant roles. According to the original, the story is about a stranger who was helped by the film’s lead who continues to haunt him. And when this relationship causes trouble in the lead’s life, how he tackles it forms the rest of the story.
Muran has Saajan Madhav’s music and Padmesh’s cinematography. It’s releasing this weekend alongside Vaagai Sooda Vaa and Vedi.