With major releases of big tickets scheduled for release from April post-World Cup release, the producers of medium and low budget projects are getting their films out of cans now. One amongst them is ‘Singayil Gurushetram’ that will be hitting screens on this Friday (March 25, 2011). Recently the censor board officials happened to watch the movie and were enthralled with T.T. Dhavamani’s narration.
Touted to be an edge-seated thriller, the film revolves around protagonist striving to protect his mentally challenged brother from serious troubles caused by Singapore underworld, drug barons and law abiders.
With a tagline that reads – 24 Hours of Anger, it’s expected that the film should have a gripping storyline.
The film is directed by debutant T T Dhavamanni. Other technicians involved in the project are – European Award winning cinematographer, Lucas Jodogne, production designer Veeraraghavan, and Tamil Nadu state award winning editor Praveen KL (Chennai 60028, Saroja, Goa). The original score is by Jaggubhai fame Rafee with Malaysia’s very own flute artist Sesatre Silsila collaborating for the theme music of the film and Sri Lankan Rap artiste Dinesh Kanagaratnam collaborating for the theme song. The only song in the film is written by Karky.