Producer Kamal Nayan is a happy man. For his venture ‘Aanmai Thavarel’ has won a UA certification from the Censor Board besides appreciations from the officials for handling a social theme.
Says the producer, “We wanted the film to reflect on an issue that is affecting the society. And we also wanted to offer a solution to it. At a time when kidnapping of children is hogging the headlines, this movie talks about the same.”
Director of the film Kuzhandhai Velappan says, “Though India is seventh largest country in the world. It is eighth most unsafe place to live. This propelled me to make a script and we are elated when Censor officials gave us a pat watching the movie and said the attempt is very genuine.”
The movie travels from Chennai to Goa and it is not just loaded with message but also has commercial elements including romance and comedy. A great admirer of Mani Ratnam, Kuzhandhai Velappan says, “I wish to continue doing films that are useful and productive for the society.”
With Dhruvah, Shruti, Sampath, Dharan, Panchu Subbu and John Vijay playing pivotal roles, music for ‘Aanmai Thavarel’ is by Mariya Manohar. All the songs have grabbed the attention of the music lovers, it is to be noted.