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Ayangaran International
Magesh, Anjali
Vasantha Balan
G V Prakash Kumar, Vijay Antony

Angadi Theru

Thursday, January 1, 1970 • Tamil Comments

The 'Veyil' man Vasanthabalan's focus is now on sales boys and sales girls at stores in T Nagar's Ranganathan Street. For that, he is ready with yet another film that is close to reality, aptly titled 'Angadi Theru'.

The film has Mahesh in the lead, pairing with Anjali of 'Kattradhu Thamizh' fame. This Ayngaran International Production venture is the story of a sales girl and a sales boy of a popular textile store.

The director had even erected a realistic set that resembles Ranganathan Street with the help of art director GK. The audio was done by both G V Prakash and Vijay Antony. Prakash is working with the director for the second time after a successful debut in 'Veyil'.

The song 'Aval Appadi Ondrum Azhagillai...' from 'Angadi Theru' has already topped the charts. Na Muthukumar, who has penned the lyrics, says it is his best song ever, and remains close to his heart.

"I consider this film an important one in my career. Vasanthabalan has shaped up 'Angadi Theru' in an engaging and engrossing manner. He took extra efforts for even small things," says heroine Anjali.

Vasanthabalan says, "Usually, in cinema, the camera is always on the buyer. What about the seller? What is his life like? What drives him? These are some of the questions I seek to answer."

He adds: "My film is about a particular street rife with the din and bustle of humans. Even after the whole world sleeps, this one's awake - the shops are cleaned and stocks replenished. And, there is everything is for sale, including human beings."

Popular writer Jayamohan has written the dialogues for the film, which has Sneha in a cameo. Vasanthabalan says, "Yes, it is a small role, yet an important one." 'Angadi Theru' is scheduled to hit screens on March 26.

'Veyil' was much acclaimed by the critics and the public and went on to be screened in prestigious film festivals. We hope this venture of Vasanthabalan too lives up to the blazing standard set by 'Veyil'.