Director Balamurugan, who is helming the forthcoming film Thangaratham, is said to have turned down the demand of the film’s legend to “embed” a lip-lock arrangement.
Recently, lip-lock arrangements have turned out to be extremely regular in Tamil movies; Hindi movies had taken a lead in this over three decades back. In any case, Balamurugan didn’t engage his hero Vetri’s ask for embeddings a lip-lock sequence his film as it simply didn’t fit the script.
“The script is about the conflict between sellers Vetri and Soundararaja, who work in the vegetable market conveying vegetables by rhythm to different shopping centers and shops. Vetri becomes hopelessly enamored with Soundararaja’s sister Aditi and whether their relationship finished in marriage or not is what truly matters to whatever remains of the film,” Balamurugan says.
“It’s a sentimental film without a doubt yet I didn’t agree to Vetri’s ask for to set-up a lip-lock sequence amongst him and Aditi as it wasn’t tuned in to the script I had arranged,” says Balamurugan. Mottai Rajendran and Aadukalam Naren assume noticeable parts in the film which is delivered by Verghese and has music by Toni Britto.