UTV's next Tamil film IVAN VERA MADHIRI with Thirrupathi Brothers
UTV Motion Pictures today announced its next Tamil film IVAN VERA MADHIRI (He is different) to be co-produced with popular Director N. Lingusamy's Thirrupathi brothers, to be written and directed by M. Saravanan (Super Hit film ENGEYUM EPPODHUM fame) and will star Vikram Prabhu (of KUMKI fame) and Surabhi in the lead along with Vamsi, Ganesh Venkatraman and Sharmili in a pivotal role. The music will be rendered by C. Sathya (of ENGEYUM EPPODHUM and THEEYA VELAI SEIYYANUM KUMARU fame).
The film is currently under production and will be released in September 2013. The crew shot the film for over 100 days in various locations in and around Chennai city and Pondicherry.
"We are excited to continue our association with director N. Lingusamy's Thirrupathi Brothers, with whom we had a mutually beneficial association in the films Vettai and Vazhakku Enn 18/9 last year. IVAN VERA MADHIRI is a romantic-action entertainer and will be the next release for Vikram Prabhu after his successful film KUMKI and for writer-director M. Saravanan who made his last successful film ENGEYUM EPPODHUM in 2011. After the success of THEEYA VELAI SEIYYANUM KUMARU this will be UTV's next release and will be in both Tamil and Telugu languages," said G. Dhananjayan, Chief - South Business, Studios, Disney UTV.
The key technicians on the film are: Director of Photography: Shakthi, Editor: Sreekar Prasad, Art Director: Vijay Murugan.
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