Star-casts: Parimal, Sandhya, Vasundhara, Mahadevan, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Suman Shetty, Thambi Ramaiah and others.
Production: V Bharani
Music: D. Imman
The title itself makes it revealing about the film’s all about, isn’t? ‘ODI POLAAMA’ (Let’s elope) is a debut venture of Sangeetha’s brother Parimal as an actor. Well, if you presumed that the film is about a young pair in love eloping to get married, rethink again.
It’s completely a different storyline crafted by director Kanmani, who admits that the film is about a boy and girl not in love eloping for a critical reason. They’ll be found running towards an undetermined destination. Why are they on the run? What are their intentions? Is someone trying to harm them? If your minds our filled with so many questions, we are sure Kanmani’s sensational screenplay will make you charged up with invigorations.
How did Kanmani stroke off with this conceptualization of ‘Odi Polaama’? the director admits that the story was crafted before a very long time and he was on the pursuit of casting some new actors. Firstly, it was Sandhya finalized for the film and later I came across Sangeetha’s brother Parimal, who was the kind of boy I was actually looking out for.
D. Imman’s musical score is already making some good waves in audio markets for the peppy tunes. The crew ensures that Anil’s cinematography will be adding to the richness of visuals. The film has been extensively shot across exotic locales of Chennai, Hyderabad and Bangkok. Vasundhara, Mahadevan, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Suman Shetty and Thambi Ramaiah have performed salient roles in this film.
Parimal cannot stop singing praises of his sister Sangeetha, who has been rendering a great support for him to make his debut in filmdom. Well for Sandhya, she is sure that it will be a great milestone in her career, since she didn’t have any hit films after the success of debut ‘Kadhal’.
The film is hitting screens on December 25 for the occasion of Christmas.
Expectations: Unusual Love Story