With Tamil Cinema witnessing vividness in changing phase, it’s been a great welcome for filmmaker endeavoring with unusual thread of exceptional themes. Say for instances, Subramaniapuram, Vennila Kabadi Kulu and more off that sort.
Apparently, here comes a new team with an innovative approach set in backdrops of Central Chennai. The duo directors Vivekanand-Veera Singam have embarked for their directorial venture with this flick produced by Raptar Media Films. Musical Maestro Ilayaraja has scored music for the film.
The film is about a youngster from the busy areas of Central Chennai aspiring to be a filmmaker and the hurdles he encounters on his mission.
Audio was launched today morning at Kamala Theatres in the presence of many film celebrities.
Tamil Film Producers Council President Rama Narayanan launched the audio with Hansraj Saxena of Sun Pictures receiving the first copy. Abhirami Ramanathan, Kalaipuli G Sekaran, choreographer-actor Raghavendra Lawrence, Actor Manoj and his father director Bharathiraja, Ganja Karuppu, Charlie, Kamala Theatre owner Chidambaram, director Azhagappan C, Actor Krishna and many others were present for the occasion.
Speaking on the occasion, Abhirami Ramanathan said, “Central Chennai is the most prominent area and a palmy ground for any aspiring hard workers. In fact, my theatre is situated in the central Chennai and I have witnessing these facts over many years….”
Hansraj Saxena of Sun Pictures added, ‘Central Chennai has been more favorable for us and people over there have been kind enough in making us successful in all our missions. I am very sure that ‘Madhya Chennai’ would be a great success and we, the team members of Sun Network are sure to promote this film with vigorous promotions…’