The motion poster of composer Darbuka Siva‘s maiden directorial venture Mudhal Nee Mudivum Nee is out now. The film starring newcomers is being bankrolled by Super Talkies’ Sameer Bharat Ram. Darbuka is also doubling up as the composer for the film.
The motion-poster, an extension of the first look poster that released recently, shows a group of happy students along with their faculty assembling for their class photograph in rewind. It is accompanied by Darbuka’s soothing background score.
Director-cinematographer Rajiv Menon took to Twitter to release the poster.
— Rajiv Menon (@DirRajivMenon) August 19, 2020
The film was announced last year around May and the makers went on to reveal the crew members of the team gradually after they had wrapped up the shoot in November. Sujith Sarang is on the camera, Sreejith Sarang is on the edit, and Vasudevan is on art. Thamarai, Keerthi, and Kaber Vasuki have been roped in for penning the lyrics.
While the cast hasn’t been announced, the makers revealed the character names of the core cast along with a cute illustration of the actors, their characteristics, likes, and dislikes. The characters include Anu, Catherine, Chinese, Durai, Naushad, Francis, Rekha, Richard, Srivatsav, Su, Thirumal, Vicky, and Vinoth.
Hope you all had fun getting to know the characters from our film that we all love so much. Here is a collage of the lovely bunch! https://t.co/MlMqAkFJnx#MNMN#MudhalNeeMudivumNee@MNMN_TheFilm pic.twitter.com/wIH6Ppcq3a
— Darbuka Siva (@DarbukaSiva) November 27, 2019
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Speaking about the film, a source privy to the developments earlier told Silverscreen that the film will be a pleasant throwback to school life in the 90s. “Mudhal Nee Mudivum Nee will be a character-driven film. Every character dealt with is extremely special in its own way and will surely resonate with audiences. MNMN would be one of the very few films where all characters make a mark with their screen presence,” said the source.
Mudhal Nee Mudivum Nee is in the final stages of post-production.
Here is the motion poster.