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Vidiyum Mun
Cast:Pooja Umashankar, Malavika Manikuttan, Vinoth Kishan
Direction:Balaji K. Kumar
Production:Javed Khayum
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    IndiaGlitz  [Wednesday, November 27, 2013]

    It is the golden era in Tamil cinema and his calling for thrillers, that has brought filmmaker Balaji Kumar from Los Angeles, back down to his roots in Tamil Nadu, to shoot and present an edge-of-the-seat gripping thriller 'Vidiyum Munn'. Dabbling with numbers four, three, two and sizing down to one, Balaji Kumar has a story to narrate, of four men, who for three reasons, are behind two women, to size up within one day. After meticulous planning and sizing down, 'Vidiyum Munn' went on the floors this year, shooting amongst broken homes and ignored paths in darkness.

    Pooja has migrated to other language films and was not seen actively in Kollywood in recent times, and with 'Vidiyum Munn', the actress is coming back to Tamil cinema. Playing the tough role of a sex worker Rekha, pressed to rescue a young girl from the nasty clutches of prostitution. Malavika Manikuttan plays the 12-year old in danger, with Vinoth Kishan, Lakshmi Ramakrishnan, John Vijay, Amarendran and Ruben, among others supporting the plot. Gripping sequences in the thriller are canned by Sivakumar Vijayan and edited to frame by Sathyaraj. Music by Girishh Gopalakrishnan adds to the suspense; the audio launch of the film happened in August this year, and witnessed the British musician Susheela Raman render one of the six numbers in her voice.

    When Balaji set out to write down the story burgeoned in his mind, it took him just a fortnight to be done with the English draft, but the director says it took him nearly nine months and seven hours a day to bring up 'Vidiyum Munn' to the shape that it has taken now. Stripping away all that he felt was a misfit in the script, as against his story, Balaji threw away pages and pages of work to crop down 'Vidiyum Munn' to a crisp entertainer suited for the Tamil audience.Trending close to half a lakh views in three months, 'Vidiyum Munn' has slowly yet steadily gathered momentum and audience's interest. Meanwhile, the director assures that the film will be a thriller enjoyable by all, but is not strictly a Tamil movie. Explaining the subtle difference between a Tamil movie and a Tamil language movie, Balaji says that 'Vidiyum Munn' handles only emotions and not sentiments; the latter being restricted to geographic spaces. Adding a few more pages to the dreaded book of Tamil thrillers, 'Vidiyum Munn' is am out-of-the-box intense story, ready to entertain Tamil folks from November 29th.


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