‘Dasavatharam‘, ‘Vaaranam Aayiram‘ – Post the success of these big tickets, it’s time for Aascar Ravichandran to gear up with other sort of genres that are completely brimmed with unparalleled tracks. ‘Ananda Thandavam‘, ‘Leelai‘ and ‘Moscowin Kaveri’ would be a complete romantic entertainer.
With ‘Ananda Thandavam’ hitting screens coming Friday on April 10, we bring you the exclusive look on this film.
The film opens with Ragupathi (Siddarth), an engineering graduate who’s so frustrated with his unemployment problems. But all his consolation comes through his dad who shares good rapport with his son. Amidst of this, he falls in love with Madhumitha (Thamannah) – a girl who’s far-famed for her innocence and good heartedness. But, things are swept off from the dreams of these young sweethearts once Radhakrishnan (Rishi) arrives from USA. He mesmerizes the entire family of Madhumitha and gets her married. With no options left, the girl has to obey her parents and flee to America after the marriage.
Much despaired in his life, Raghupathi’s life take a turn when he gets a job in America. Over there, he meets a stunning girl Rathna (Rukmani). She’s a girl who has been staying in America over for a very long time and yet has been bounded with a life of Eastern Culture. Mutual attractions and admirations for each other urge them to marry at a famous Hindu temple in Pittsburgh.
But that’s not the end and you’ll have to hold yourselves for the unexpected twists and turns in the remaining portion of this film.
The film is completely based on the novel penned by Late Writer Sujatha titled ‘Pirivoam Sandhipom’.
Gandhi Krishna who shot to fame with his debut directorial ‘Chellamae’ handles screenplay and direction while Sujatha’s dialogues would be a highlighting factor in this film.
Banner: Aascar Productions
Production: V. Ravichandran
Story and Dialogues: Sujatha
Screenplay and Direction: Gandhi Krishna
Star-casts: Siddarth, Thamannah, Rukmini, S.T. Venki, Kitty, Rishi, Madan Bob, Charlie, Bala Singh, Kalai Rani and many others.
Music: G.V. Prakash
Art Direction: Thotta Tharani
Editing: V.T. Vijayan
Director of Photography: Jeeva Shankar
Special Effects: S.T. Venki