Makkal Selvan Vijay Sethupathi, who gets on a roll throughout Bollywood, Tollywood, as well as Kollywood industries has actually lately struck the screens as the lead character in director Seenu Ramasamy’s Maamanithan. The movie was obtained favorably at the theatres for the story, cast, as well as performances.
The motion picture is a drama produced by Yuvan Shankar Raja under his YSR Productions banner. Maamanithan additionally notes the very first cooperation of Yuvan with his papa, the fabulous Ilaiyaraja for making up the film’s soundtrack.
Maamanithan’s electronic streaming legal rights were nabbed by Aha Tamil OTT. The film will certainly begin streaming on July 15. Sharing the news, actress Tamannaah Bhatia took to Twitter as well as wanted the most effective to her supervisor Seenu Ramasamy.
Wishing my director @seenuramasamy and the entire team all the best for the world digital premier of #MaamanithanOnAHA on July 15th | @ahatamil https://t.co/NY9IpknKCA#aha100PercentTamil #ahaThattunaTamilMattume @ilaiyaraaja @thisisysr @YSRfilms @SGayathrie @mynnasukumar
— Tamannaah Bhatia (@tamannaahspeaks) July 8, 2022
Maaminathan shows Vijay Sethupathi as a devoted husband who makes every effort and also drives a car for giving quality education and learning for his youngsters and others. The flick also features Gayathrie Shankar and also Sethupathi as better half and also husband, marking their cooperation once again.
The movie was shot across Madurai, Kerala, and after that Varanasi for 60 days. The supervisor was reported to have actually recorded a number of scenes in the place of Ilaiyaraja’s indigenous home. The film’s staged release was postponed as a result of numerous reasons.
M Sukumar cranked the camera for the film that is modified by Sreekar Prasad. Verses for the tunes in the film are penciled by Pa Vijay and also Karunakaran with each other. The movie stars Guru Somasundaram, Shaji Chen, KPC Lalitha, Jewel Mary, Shaji Chen, Anikha, Ganja Karuppu, Manasvi Kottachi, Saravana Sakthi among others.
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