The lead actor RJ fame Shiva starred in Tamizh Padam,
where his acting prowess was well acclaimed. The launch
pad has certainly credited him with this role, a totally
different role so early in his tinsel career. Dayanidhi
Alagiri, who loves trying new genres, took up this
distribution purely based on the unusual story and
the confidence in the magnificent team behind its
making, which he has worked with earlier.
This film from Y NOT STUDIOS is produced by Sashikanth
Sivaji and is to be distributed by Dhayanidhi Alagiri's
coveted Cloud Nine Movies. The shooting of the film
commenced early 2010 at various locations in Chennai.
The soundtrack and film score is composed by GV Prakash
Kumar and cinematography is handled by Nirav Shah.
The audio was launched by Arya and Suriya in the beginning
of September. The music composer and a few songs screened
during the event had earned a good share of their
praises. Of course, then it’s been history -
the roaring success of the album, adding one more
feather in the young music director’s cap. GV
Prakash has certainly tickled the ivories in a different
style and has given fabulous music.
A certain level of intoxication seems to have been
woven in the name of the movie which has created a
new wave of suspense in the movie crazy minds. Guesses
are floating around on the storyline especially in
the youngsters’ circles. Grapevine reveals that
it embraces the local flavors of Chennai but unlike
Pushkar- Gayathri’s debut creation Oram Po,
this has its foundation strongly laid on comedy. This
story from the director duo’s desk revolves
around incidents that happen in Chennai over a night.
The movie supposed to be a full-length rib tickler
and a sure festive entertainer breezes through the
adventures of a Chennai youth with scenes mostly shot
in Chennai. Who then would have spared the Marina
Beach as a shooting spot, not even the Va - Quarter
Will this differently named Kollywood conception become
the talk of the town, rather the world? The answer
lies just a week away.