Actor-director Ram has assured movie-goers and his fans that his upcoming directorial venture Taramani, which is slated to release tomorrow (11th August) in theatres, won’t be against people working in Information Technology sector.
Taramani happens to be a locality in Chennai which is the ‘hub’ of many IT industries and fears were expressed in certain quarters that Ram’s film might show the I.T. sector in bad light. Speaking about his film, Ram said “I live in a multi-storyed apartment and the script of Taramani was borne out of my understanding of people living in such apartments and how they react to things occurring around them.
“Globalization has made Tamil girls more independent and confidence-personified. In this backdrop, Taramani deals with men caught between old school of thoughts and modern thinking and in their inability or difficulty in understanding the mind-set of their wives and girlfriends.
“It’s a film not about the lifestyles of employees of information technology sector but a film which deals with youths who come to live in Chennai from varied backdrops and cultures. In short, it’s a film about youths. Andrea has essayed her role very well and is ably supported by newcomer Vasanth Ravi,” concludes Ram.