(This article is authored by Alar)
Featuring an interesting plot and a promising cast, Naan Mirugamaai Maara is all set to release this November. While in the recently held press meet, the director revealed the plot and facts of the film, and the actor Sasikumar shares his experience in the wild and violent drama. The makers of Naan Mirugamai Mara, starring Sasi Kumar, unveiled the trailer of the film a few days back, which promises a gritty, violent actioner from the actor for the first time.
When addressing the press meet, the director said, "In Naan Mirugamaai Maara, we have tried new patterns for visuals to the background score. It was initially difficult to convey the new ideas to the team. But once they understood what was required, they all produced a good output."
"Though there is a lot of violence in the film, the core of the film has a strong emotion. The audience will be able to resonate with it. This film was shot mostly at the night, and the second half was fully shot in the rain," he adds.
Sasikumar said, "The role of a sound engineer was very different from how I had always played a village hero larking through the fields with a dhotti. This film contains a lot of violent scenes. However, the emotions of the average person are effectively used in the story of the child and wife. This is the first time I've worked on a movie without any songs. I was relieved that there wasn't any dancing in the movie."
Speaking about scoring music for the film, Ghibran says, "The director noted that he wanted the music to originate from the sounds in the surroundings as the character is a sound engineer. I worked on this idea and created a music canvas. I am confident that the audience will like what we have done in Naan Mirugamaai Maara."
Sathyasiva is the director and Ghibran is the composer of the movie, which also stars Vikranth and Haripriya. Madhusudhana Rao, Appani Sarath, Super Good Kannan, KSG Venkatesh, and Thulasi make up the supporting cast. The technical team for Naan Mirugamaai Maara includes action choreographer Mahesh Mathew, editor Srikanth NB, and producers TD Rajha and DR Sanjay Kumar.