Vijay Sethupathi is debuting as a dialogue-writer with this one. It’s also the first venture of Vijay Sethupathi Productions.
Plot-wise, it seems quite the ticker. A racing ambulance, a paramedic who loathes the patient he has to ferry; the patient, who thinks he’s being taken for a ride, and the orange mittai that appears out of nowhere to remind them both of the family they have lost…
Not bad at all.
Helmed by Biju Viswanath.
Idhu Enna Maayam’s trailer seems more interesting than what is being promised.
Editor Anthony is snipping away at the movie when he’s met with a dozen odd requests. Producer Listin Stephen wants some ‘comedy’ in the mix, Radhika Sarathkumar wants ‘sentiment and emotion’, while her husband, in his inimitable style, demands some fast and furious action.
The result = in theatres tomorrow.
Starring Vikram Prabhu as a college lad, and Keerthy Suresh. Directed by AL Vijay.
Sakalakalavallavan, previously known as Appatakkar has Jayam Ravi in the lead. Jayam Ravi, whose previous outing was Romeo Juliet. So, there certainly is some hangover – though not of the Shakespearean kind. Massy lines, muscle-flexing Jayam Ravi, two heroines, and one-liners that go:
“Bore adikudhunu call panravan friend, aana beer adikalam nu call panravan thaan best friend.”
A Suraaj directorial.
PS: Also out is Nadigar Thilagam’s Veerapandiya Kattabomman – digitized, and in Dolby.