Ten years of Neerparavai...Director Seenu Ramasamy confirms part 2 of this breezy love drama!

(This article is authored by Alar) 

National Award-winning director Seenu Ramasamy, who is known for his unique filmmaking, is coming up to helm the sequel to one of his superhit movies - Neerparavai. The movie, starred by Vishnu Vishal and Sunaina, was a heart-touching drama with a narration of fisherfolk's hopes and dreams and the harsh reality of their lives.  

The film was released on 30th November 2012 and completed its ten-year journey today, and the director shared a surprise update on his social media about the film's sequel. Celebrating its ten-year anniversary, Seenu Ramasamy took to Twitter on Wednesday - November 30 and wrote, "#நீர்ப்பறவை (Neerparavai) part two will start, #நீர்ப்பறவை Thanks to the people and my artistic inspirations who have allowed it to nestle in their hearts for a decade." 

Produced by Udhayanidhi Stalin's Red Giant Movies, Neerparavai also had Nandita Das, Saranya Ponvannan, Samuthirakani, Varsha Ashwathi, and Anupama Kumar in crucial supporting roles. The film opened to positive reviews from critics and did well at the box office. 

The music was composed by NR Raghunathan with cinematography by Balasubramaniam and editing by Kasi Viswanathan. The director's last film was Maamanithan, starred by Vijay Sethupathi, which opened for positive reviews and bagged several awards and acclaims for its storyline. Seenu Ramasamy is currently working with the movie 'Idam Porul Yeaval', which is his revived project and would have Vijay Sethupathi and Vishnu Vishal in lead roles. 

Interestingly, the part 2 of Neerparavai would be the first sequel to be helmed by Seenu Ramasamy's career and the fans now have extremely high expectations because of his crucial venture. The next update from the director's side is expected to confirm whether or not the same cast — Vishnu Vishal and Sunaina — will be returning in the lead roles. Some of the significant movies that come from Seenu Ramasamy include 'Koodal Nagar', 'Thenmerku Paruvakaatru', and 'Dharma Durai'.