1. Ninaivo Oru Paravai
Excitement is mounting among movie enthusiasts as the upcoming Malaysian Tamil film, “Ninaivo Oru Paravai,” which is a romantic drama film directed by Kabilan Plondran, is set to hit the cinemas on November 30, 2023. The movie promises a captivating blend of drama and romance, bringing together a talented cast and an intriguing storyline.
The plot revolves around the life of Chandru, a renowned singer, who in a twist of fate, crosses paths with Kathira, a street busking violinist.
With a runtime of 120 minutes, the film is rated P13, making it accessible to a wide audience. The collaboration between director Kabilan Plondran and the talented cast, including Karnan Kanapathy, Thivya Naidu, and Sandhya Lord, adds an extra layer of anticipation for fans eager to witness the on-screen magic. The ticket booking is not available yet, but make sure to get yours before watching the movie.
2. Sila Nodigalil
Sila Nodigalil is also setting the anticipation at its peak as the release date is reaching. Vinay Bharadwaj, known for his romantic debut, has chosen to explore new territories with “Sila Nodigalil”. Drawing inspiration from his love for mystery and thriller genres, Bharadwaj shared, “Though it’s a mystery genre, there is drama at the core of it and there is music. I don’t think I can make a film without music and drama.” This film marks a full-fledged foray into Tamil cinema for the director who has been based in Singapore for 18 years, making Tamil one of his familiar languages. The casts includes Richard Rishi, Punnagai Poo Geetha and Yashika Anand.
Backed by Esquire Productions UK and Punnagai Poo Geetha, “Sila Nodigalil” is positioned as a mystery drama set against the backdrop of London, revolving around the complexities within a married couple’s relationship. The decision to shoot the entire film in Chelmsford was deliberate, as the urban setting of London provided the perfect canvas for the narrative. The story happens between a husband and wife who are staying abroad in an urban city. London fit the story really well. The villa that I shot in had a character, and the movie is predominantly shot indoors. With movies going on OTT and people across the world consuming it, setting in London gave that international flavor.
The film boasts cinematography by Abhimanyu Sadanandan, promising visually captivating scenes. “Sila Nodigalil” also features five songs, each composed by a different music director, creating a diverse and dynamic soundtrack. The lineup includes talents like Masala Coffee, Staccato, Bjorn Surrao, Darshana KT, and Rohit Matt. Rohit Kulkarni will contribute to the atmospheric background score, enhancing the overall cinematic experience.
As the makers enter the final stages of post-production, fans eagerly awaiting the release of “Sila Nodigalil” on November. With its blend of mystery, drama, and soulful music, the film promises to be captivating addition to Malaysian Tamil cinema, leaving audiences on the edge of their seats. Click here to purchase your tickets.
3. Naam Katra Isai
As the curtains rise for the Malaysian Tamil movie “Naam Katra Isai,” directed by Saresh D’seven, audiences are in for a dramatic and though-provoking cinematic experience. With an ensemble cast featuring Alvin Martin, Irfan Zaini, Kaameshaa Ravindran, and Yuvaraj Krishnasamy, the film unfolds a tale of a humble songwriter navigating the treacherous waters of a corrupt music industry.
At the helm of this cinematic endeavor is Director Saresh D’seven, who brings to life a narrative that delves into the struggles faced by a modest songwriter, played by Alvin Martin, in an industry plagued by corruption. The storyline unfolds as the protagonist navigates the complexities of an environment where talent takes a backseat to unscrupulous dealings.
The cast, including Irfan Zaini, Kaameshaa Ravindran, and Yuvaraj Krishnasamy, contributes to the authenticity and depth of the characters, weaving a compelling narrative that reflects the harsh realities faced by artists within the music industry.
With a runtime of 159 minutes, “Naam Katra Isai” has been rated P13, making it accessible to a wide audience. The drama genre of the film promises an emotional journey that resonates with viewers, shedding light on the challenges and exploitation faced by artists pursuing their passion in an industry marred by corruption.
“Naam Katra Isai” hit the cinemas today and continues to captivate audiences with its powerful storytelling, impactful performances, and a narrative that raises important questions about the integrity of the music industry. As the film remains in theatres, viewers have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the world crafted by Director Saresh D’seven, experiencing the highs and lows of protagonist’s journey against the backdrop of a corrupt musical landscape. Don’t forget to purchase your ticket here.