Wednesday, June 22, 2011
'Aravaan' on August 26
Also, the film will see a star-studded audio launch in the first week of August, say reliable sources.
The director, Vasanatha Balan, is leaving no stones unturned for making this film a good entertainer. The mood of the film is set in the 17th century and for this purpose the technical team has created a huge set similar to that of a tiny village near Madurai. Some portions have also been filmed from villages in Thenkasi.
The team has extensively shot in the dense forests of Kutrallam, Vizaag and Hogenakkal for a period of 135 days and more!
Vasantha Balan has carried out a lot of research on this subject which is evident from the still pictures that have come out. Initially there were rumours about the film being delayed due to some glitches in funding, but all that just seems to be just rumours because the shooting has been going on without a pause in full swing.
The film sees Aadhi and Pasupathi in lead roles with Dhanshika playing opposite Aadhi. Insiders reveal that Aadhi and Pasupathy have put in stellar performances in this project which will take their popularity up by many more notches.
The film will also have some surprises in the star cast. Kabir Bedi will be essaying a very prominent role in the film and Bharath too will have a part to play. But their makeovers and characterizations are under strict wraps.
Singer Karthik is turning music director with this project. He has made us enjoy his songs with his wonderful rendering of songs irrespective of the different genres that belong to; we hope his music too gives a fresh feel to the film as well as the audience. And it's only more challenging a project to debut as a music director as this is a period film dating back to the 17th century.
Produced by Amma Creations chaired by T. Siva, 'Aravaan' is shaping up for an August release. Team 'Aravaan' is shooting its stunt sequences currently from Madurai and the film is nearing its completion with just some 15 days of shoot pending.
When we know more on 'Aravaan' dear visitors, so will you...