Well, with a pride you can says “its resurgence or changing phase of Kollywood”. What makes filmmakers in Tamil film industry so different and elite from other regions is the fact that they spell varieties of works… Indeed, it was one such comment stated by a Hindi audience after viewing Ghajini.
Now here comes, one such filmmaker on the rise who is brimming with colossal attempts of taking Tamil Cinema a step ahead. Filmmaker Arun Vaidhiyanathan is all that we are getting on with…. Making his debut with ‘Acchamundu Acchamundu’, the film is all set to release by next month. It’s the first ever Indian Flick where around 60 Hollywood technicians have worked together. Postproduction works area on now at Plaster City of Los Angeles.
It’s the first ever Tamil film to be filmed in ‘RED EYE CAMERA’. The highlighting attribute is that entire flick would be on sync recording. The sound mixing is processed by Marti Humphrey of Hollywood who has earlier worked for the best thrillers of ‘Grudge’, ‘Exorcism of Emily Rose’ and ‘The Strangers’… The film is developed in Fotokem, one of the leading labs in Hollywood.