Director Kannan’s directorial journey has been comprised of diversified genres and has never missed to score the best on public glare. Especially, his craftsmanship in amalgamating beautiful love stories with family relationships were much illustrious with films like Jayam Kondan and Kanden Kadhalai. While his recent outings have been completely based on serious and complex themed backdrops, the director takes a break on such paradigms returning back to his refreshing zone of beautiful love story laced with family elements. “Yes, majorly I felt that audiences are relentlessly supplied with tales with serious complexities and that includes my films as well. I wanted to deviate from this zone and experiment with a love story. I believe it would be same for Atharvaa Murali as well. Having been acclaimed as the handsome actor, his roles have been more inclined to uniquely challenging roles including our previous collaboration in ‘Boomerang’. However, this will be depicting him in a youthful role. He will be seen as a PhD scholar.”
Getting on with the female lead played by Anupama Parameswaran, Kannan says, “She will be essaying the role of a medical student, who is fascinated towards Bharathanatyam. We actually wanted someone, who could be more expressive, especially with eyes. More than all, imagining both Atharvaa and Anupama together in a frame was itself delineating cuteness. The film will have family elements too laced with fun and emotions.”
The shooting of this film will be commencing from July 15 in Chennai and a schedule has been planned to be filmed across the exotic locales of a foreign land. Capturing our hearts with visual poignancy in ‘96’, Shanmugha Sundaram will be handling cinematography for this movie. With Kabilan Vairamuthu penning dialogues, talks are going on with leading artistes-technicians and the affirmation will be made shortly on this from the production house. Written and helmed by R Kannan, he is producing this film for Masala Pix in association with MKRP Productions.