Director Selvaraghavan’s Irandaam Ulagam, which has the two A’s – Arya and Anushka – in lead roles, is likely to release on Deepavali. PVP Cinemas, which has produced the film in a grand manner for more than the past year and a half, has said that efforts are on to release the film on Deepavali.
Selvaraghavan, who faced serious health-related issues a few months back, is back in the hunt after taking a much-needed rest and has said that the film would be released in Telugu, Hindi, Georgian, Russian, Uzbek and Turkish languages besides Tamil. The crew of the film has said that the film has some amazingly choreographed stunt sequences and many sequences made through computer-generated graphics.
The film is said to have been produced at a whopping cost of Rs.60 crores and the shoot has been held in Chennai, Hyderabad and Goa besides in Georgia and Tashkent. Harris Jayaraj has scored the film’s music while cinematography has been handled by Ramji. Kola Baskar is the film’s editor.
Keith Delvin has worked as the supervisor of the visual effects in the film while Stephen Gomes has functioned as the sound engineer. The stunt sequences have been choreographed in a very different manner, the crew insists. The film is likely to be released in a grand manner in many halls on Deepavali.