Life without emotions turns out to be soulless, isn’t it? If so, how about films then that offer nostalgic emotional episodes reflecting upon our very own lives? Filmmaker Ram has always offered great waves of such impactful experience through his movies.
While ‘Kattradhu Tamizh’ traversed through the bittersweet life of Prabhakaran and episodes of love for his soul mate, ‘Thanga Meenkal’ was a touching tale of father-daughter unconditional relationship, which gained critical acclaims. His third outing ‘Taramani’ is his commutation towards the busy laden cosmopolitan city of Chennai that flashes up with trendy lifestyle.
Shedding lights on this film, filmmaker Ram utters, “The film is an out and out love story that travels through the different dimensions of a male – female relationship.
Andrea Jeremiah plays an Anglo-Indian girl and debutant Vasanth Ravi appears as a boy from the Coovum village. Anjali, who made her debut in my film ‘Kattradhu Tamizh’, plays a pivotal role alongside Andrea and her role has been sketched with substantial characterization. We usually refer Chennai as north Chennai and south Chennai Taramani will bring a different dimension to Chennai and it will be the third Chennai.”
Bestowing some of the best magnetizing numbers in both the films, Na.Muthukumar and Yuvan Shankar Raja collaborate with Ram for the third time in Taramani. Director Ram affirms that Theni Eswar will leave everyone marveled with his visual magic and would surely be ennobled as one of the country’s best cinematographers after the film’s release.
He furthermore tots up adding that multiple National award-winning editor Sreekar Prasad is like his mentor and has worked hard for the film’s output.
“J.Sathish Kumar the founder of JSK film corporation has always been a boon to me in all my ventures. Thangameenkal had received great accolades from many, one of the reasons was Mr.J.Sathish Kumar and JSK Film corporation.The first look teaser of Taramani will be unveiled on May 21st.,” Ram adds.