What it is about…
Thirrupathi Brothers Film Media and UTV Motion Pictures present Ivan Vera Maathiri, featuring Vikram Prabhu, Surabhi, Ganesh Venkatraman, Hariraj and Vamsi Krishna. When something unpleasant happens, people generally put the blame on others. The hero of this film is different in that he tries to solve the problems himself.
‘Malaya Porattala,’ sung by Tipu and Sylvester Hyde, is a hard rock type of song written by Viveka. Madhushree has sung the beautiful number ‘Enna Marandhen’ written by Na. Muthukumar. ‘Ranga Ranga’ follows in Rita’s enchanting voice; Mani Amuthavan has penned the lyrics. ‘Idhuthaan,’ written by Pudhiyadhor Kavignan Seivom team and sung by Balaram, mesmerises. ‘Thanimayile,’ sung by Anand Aravindakshan Nivas and written by Viveka, is a mix of Keeravani and Natabhairavi with heavy orchestration. The music director has rendered the mass song ‘Lovulla’ to good effect.
What they say…
Producer N. Subash Chandra Bose: After acquiring a diploma in automobile engineering, I came to Chennai with my brother Lingusamy. I became a producer and he, a director. This is my seventh production. As we produced Vettai with UTV Motion Pictures, Ronnie Screwvala and Siddharth Roy Kapur joined me in this venture too.
Director M. Saravanan: I worked as an associate of director A.R. Murugadoss who gave me my first film, Engaeyum Eppothum. This film with its engaging storyline and interesting incidents woven into the screenplay is bound to fetch me many offers. Hero Vikram Prabhu: Post-Kumki, my debut flick, I was keen on trying out something different. When director Saravanan floated this story idea to me, I immediately accepted the role. The script was not only novel, my character also had ample scope to showcase my acting skills.
Music Director C. Sathya: My first film was Engaeyum Eppothum. I followed it up with Sevarkodi, Ponmalai Pozhudu, Theeya Velaiseiyanum Kumaru, Nedunchalai and now, Ivan Vera Maathiri. This movie has some good songs which are sure to win listeners’ hearts.