Netru Indru is an upcoming Tamil action adventure comedy film. Prasanna and Vimal, along with Richard Rishi and Bharani of Naadodigal fame, will play lead roles.
To be directed by Padmamagan, a filmmaker who made a talked about debut with R. Parthiban starrer Ammuvagiya Naan, the film has Veluthu Kattu girl Arundhathi and Nandhagi of Aval Peyar Thamizharasi fame as the leading ladies.
Says the director, “Koothu is a green journey in my life amid rocks and isolated forests with no human approach. We were in dense jungles to conduct shooting for Koothu. It is an extravaganza of nature’s bounty.” Rehhan scores the music for Koothu. Being produced by S. Malathy, the film is expected to hit the screens in October.
Netru Indru is a true thriller: Padma Magan
Tamil thriller Netru Indru has been shot in uninhospitable forests of Tamil Nadu and on edges of bordering states. The director, who claims that it was challenging, said that the film is a true suspense-thriller.
“It’s a suspense-thriller shot completely in the forests of Tamil Nadu and several other places. The story revolves around characters in a forest and events happening around them. What we have done in this film is different. We have done away with romance or sentiment to ensure the film remains a true thriller at heart,” director Padma Magan told SouthDreamz.com.
“The film draws a parallel between events happened in the past and ones that are currently happening in the forest. I think the biggest highlight of the film would be the narrative, which I think is unique in Tamil cinema,” he added.
The film was shot in places such as Malabar Coast, South Deccan plateaus, Western Ghats mountain rain forests, Andhra Pradesh and Pondicherry. The film features Vimal, Prasanna Venkatesan, Richard, Nandhagi and Arundhati.
What was challenging in shooting in the forests?
“While one of the challenges could be the changing weather, we also had problems with the lighting for filming. Most of the time it was dark, and we had to wait for some light. When we couldn’t have the appropriate lighting, we opted for artificial light to complete a particular scene,” he said.
Produced by S Malathy, the film is likely to release in May.