Youthful and promising Karthik Naren, who appeared as director with the widely praised and economically effective Dhuruvangal Padhinaaru which discharged amid the fag end of a year ago, has initiated his second directorial wander titled as Naragasooran which would really be a trilingual as it would be at the same time discharged in its Tamil, Malayalam and Telugu versions.
Arvind Swamy, Shriya Saran, “Maanagaram” Sudeep and Mollywood’s Indrajith assume unmistakable parts in the film which is produced by ace director Gautham Vasudev Menon. Naren hits that it would be a crime-thriller, comparative in nature to that of Dhuruvangal Padhinaaru.
“I need to term Naragasooran as the second in my triology of movies which initiated a year ago with Dhuruvangal Padhinaaru. Both the movies depend on things, for example, “Karma” and the (steadfast) conviction we have a tendency to have in many issues. Achievement of Dhuruvangal Padhinaaru demonstrated that crowds had developed. Content of Naragasooran would be a testing and dubious one and I’m certain groups of onlookers would love it,” he said.
“The primary look posers of the film have been discharged and we have started the shot of the film which we intend to discharge amid Tamil New Year (April) one year from now. I need to proceed with my method of film-making sans melodies,” says Naren.