Banner: Idiot Box Pictures, VTV Productions
Production: Ganesh, Ramesh
Star-casts: Silambarasan, Anushka, Bharath, Vega, Sneha Ullal, Sonia Agarwal, Prakash Raj and others.
Music: Yuvan Shankar Raja
Cinematography: Nirav Shah
Come and experience a new line of cinema in Tamil film industry. The first outmost call made by Simbhu for his fans. Although the actor has been inspired to make so many films based on new genres, he hasn’t been encouraged to do so. Soon after watching ‘Inception’, he once made it clear that almost all the audiences in theatres were snoring much before intermission. But now, he is taking his new efforts through a different pattern.
Much impressed with style of making, Silambarasan and producer Ganesh decided to remake Telugu film ‘Vedam’ and is now close on the heels of completing the project. Unlike the previous films of Silambarasan, it has been an unusual film as he will exhibit his usual heroisms.
The film revolves around 5 different plots
1. A rock star (Bharath) along with his girlfriend (Vega) and his group travel to Chennai for making it bigger as a happening music band.
2. A sex-worker (Anushka) and an eunuch escapes from a little town to Chennai so as to set-up her own brothel house.
3. A Muslim (Prakash Raj) is always found in the bad pages of police department and his wife (Sonia Agarwal) is in trouble.
4. A cable operator (Silambarasan) has been chiseling his girlfriend saying that he is a rich guy and makes her fall for him. But in reality, he has cheating his own boss by getting away with the collection amounts and spent it for his girlfriend.
5. A desolated widow (Saranya) travels to Chennai for selling her kid, to return the borrowed money to the lender so as to get back her son held as slave.
All these characters come together in an unexpected way during climax as the terrorists have plotted bombing plans in a hospital of Chennai.
Director Krish has improvised whole lot of changes from the original version as he says that the modifications will trivialize the mistakes in the original version. There seems to be a single track in this album and Yuvan Shankar Raja has spent more than a month on tuning it. Silambarasan has crooned the song and it is boasted of being youngsters’ national anthem.
First it was Manoj Manchu supposed to repeat his role and due to his shoulder injury stepped out of the project and is now replaced by Bharath.
Nirav Shah has handled cinematography and Anthony on editing.
The film’s music is expected to be launched in next few days and the film’s theatrical release in December.