Venkatesh is at a stage of his career where nothing really matters except challenging characters and good scripts. That is why he has taken time to do this movie with Selvaraghavan. The latter is a big name in Tamil for his searing and intense reflections of life of those living in the underbelly of the society.
This is Selvaraghavan's acid test as he is directing a big star for the first time. Selvaraghavan has an innate understanding of the medium and threshes out the right emotions and feel always.
Aadavari Matalaku Ardhalu Verule, as the title suggests, will be a women-centric domestic story with the right feel and fervour for Venkatesh.
Venkatesh is paired with Trisha for the first time. Venky plays a man named Ganesh while Trisha is an aggressive career-minded girl.
Sriram (Srikanth in Tamil) has a very important character
Kota Srinivasa Rao, Nadia Moidu, Sivaji and Vishwanath are also in the cast. Genelia is said to be playing a surprise guest appearance.
Venky says he was delighted to work with a professional like Selvaraghavan. The latter, on his part, echoed a similar feeling.
Selvaraghavn who got married to actress Sonia Agarwal during the film's shoot, did not take much time off, and was back to shoot very quickly.
The chemistry between Venky and Trisha is also said to be very interesting and was one of the reasons why the film is carrying good reports.
Yuvan Shankar Raja has composed the music for the film. Editing is handled by Anthony while cinematography is handled by Arvind Krishna. The three are thick friends of Selvaraghavan. Their association in Tamil is now stuff of legend.
The entire film has been shot at several locations in India including Chennai, Hyderabad, Rajamundry and Bangalore.
The film is produced by NV Prasad and Sanam Naga Ashok Kumar in the banner of Sri Saideva Productions.
Cast: Venkatesh, Trisha, Sriram, Genelia (cameo), Nadia, Sivaji, Sunil, Viswantah
Music: Yuvan Shankar Raja
Producers: Shanam Ashok Saga Kumar & N.V. Prasad
Screenplay and Direction: Selvaraghavan