A first-of-its-kind movie in India, Charulatha sees Priyamani playing conjoined twins. If her very characters should make us wait for it with curiosity, the storyline is even more interesting. How does it affect their lives when someone loves one of them?
Made in Telugu, Tamil and Kannada, this film is directed by Ponnu Kumaran. An adaptation of Thai film Alone, this one is currently in post-production, and will hit the screens on Sep 14, on the occasion of Vinayaka Chavithi.
Mollywood actor Skandha is the male lead, and Seetha, Saranya Ponvannan and 'Vettaikaran' Sai Sasi are doing crucial roles. The film has horror elements in good dose. MV Panneer Selvam's cinematography and Sundar C Babu's music are touted to be highlights.
It will be released in Telugu by Geetha Arts. "Some changes have been made to the original script to suit the taste of south Indian audience," said a press release from the production house, Global One Studios, the original producer.
The film has been made on a big budget. For Priyamani, this is the most important project and a test to her talent. In her last Telugu release Kshetram, Priyamani was seen doing 'karra samu.' We will now see her doing even more interesting arts.
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