What it is about
Elumalaiyan Movies and Nayagam Cine Arts have come up with Innarukku Innarendru. Produced by S.Nayagam, the story has been written and directed by Aandal Ramesh. The music has been scored by Vasanthamani, while the camera has been handled by Sai Nataraj. The editing is by Kamala Kannan and the dances have been choreographed by Kennady and Vijay Sivasankar.
The story revolves around the hero and two heroines and is sure to hold audience interest as it develops.
G.Silambarasan plays the hero. Anjana and Stephy are the two heroines, supported by Santhanabharathi, Vijaykrishnaraj, Anumohan and R. N. R. Manohar. Director Andal Ramesh also plays a role.
What they say
Producer S. Nayagam: I am a retired government employee, belonging to Cuddalore District. I am new to the film industry, but am passionate about films. When the director asked me to partner this production, I was happy to oblige because I liked the story and the screenplay.
Director Andal Ramesh: I worked as an associate to directors Santhanabharathi and R.N.R.Manohar. This is my first Tamil movie and it is an out-and-out entertainer about family values, sentiment and love.
As the screenplay showcases traditional Tamil culture in a contemporary context, the audience is sure to enjoy the movie. Though the lead players are newcomers, who have essayed their roles well. I too play an important role and even written a song. The climax is very different from the usual.
Hero G. Silambarasan: I come from Neyveli District. This happens to be my first movie. I play the role of a cook in it. The director conducted a workshop and we had several rehearsals which enabled me to portray my character with ease.
Music Director Vasanthamani: My first film was Madavanum Malarvizhiyum. I was an assistant to maestro Ilayaraja and have worked with music director Sirpy. I worked hard and composed more than 50 tunes for the movie and director Aandal Ramesh selected the five best from among them. I’ve been receiving a good response to my songs.
There are five songs in the album and the best is ‘Vayasuppaiya Vayasupponna’, written by Ilaiyakamban, and sung beautifully by Padmalatha. ‘Vettri Unnai Serum’, written by the same lyricist and sung by Mukesh is sure to go down well with the audience. ‘Kettukka Nanba Kettukka’ written by Andal Ramesh and sung by Velmurugan is good, while ‘En Nenjil Urugidum Un Asai’ written by Pirai Soodan and sung by Lavanya stands out mainly for its lyrics. ‘Parthu Parthu’ written by the same lyricist and rendered by the director of the movie is a song people would want listen to over and over again.