Herewith I forward the public statement relating to “Iravukku Aayiram Kangal”
Iravukku Aayiram Kangal has set the desires appropriate on radar for shining trailer. The film highlighting Arulnithi, Mahima Nambiar and Ajmal in lead parts is booked for discharge on May 11. Columnist turned movie producer Mu Maran makes his directorial make a big appearance with this movie.
Having penned his stories for leading Tamil magazines like Ananda Vikatan, Kumudham and Kalki, he left on his trip in films, All on account of Crazy Mohan, who helped him advance into showbiz. Having been related with top group directors like Suresh Krishna, KS Ravikumar, KV Anand and Raghava Lawrence, he at long last his entryways opened for directorial travel through producer G Dilli Babu of Axess Film Factory.
Being a writer, he has underlined a novel narrating strategy in IAK. “Non-direct narrating will be the best feature in this movie. The film is an activity spine chiller with a running length of 2 hours.” Furthermore, Mu Maran includes that every one of the characters in the film are named after the renowned characters in criminologist books penned by top group writers like Sujatha, Bala Kumaran, Subha and Pattukottai Prabhakar. “Both the saint and courageous woman names Bharath and Susheela are picked from books of Pattukottai Prabhakar, Ajmal (Ganesh) and John Vijay (Vasanth) are from the novel of Sujatha, Lakshmi Ramakrishnan’s character name Vyjayanthi and Vidya Pradeep’s Anitha are carefully chose from the books of SUBHA,” says Maaran.
Sharing his experience working with Arulnithi, Maaran articulates, “At first, I was minimal anxious to work with Arulnithi. I had certain foreordained attitude that he hails from a major family foundation and he is bit saved too. Yet, sooner, he understood my uneasiness and approached to tidy up the mists. He was so strong all through the shoot, particularly amid basic circumstances. He generally wanted to be there with his dynamic cooperation on the shooting spot.”
Getting on to talk about Ajmal, He includes, “Ajmal assumes negative part in this film and his portrayal is as intense as Arulnithi. He was before drawn nearer to assume negative part in Thani Oruvan, which he rejected and later felt awful for it. Obviously, he would not like to miss the opportunity and quickly acknowledged to assume this part in Iravukku Aayiram Kangal. The activity grouping amongst Ajmal and Arulnithi will one of the features in this film.”
While shedding lights on others in the star-cast, Maran tots up “Each on-screen character in the film has square with conspicuousness. Mahima Nambiar plays an attendant and Vidya Pradeep has a critical part to perform. 60% of the film is shot amid evening times and real parts were in rain. Both Arulnithi and Anand Raj even had fever, however never surrendered and reliably shot for the film. Bits including Anand Raj will be hilarious as well.”