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Moser Baer Entertainment, Global One Studios Production
Cheran, Vimala Raman, Remya Nambeesan, Navya Nair, Gajala, Karthika, Nithin Sathya, Pasupathi
K.P. Jagannaath

Raman Thediya Seethai

Thursday, January 1, 1970 • Tamil Comments

After a dismal outing in 'Puthiya Geethai' and 'Kodambakkam', director Jaganji is determined to make amends with 'Raman Thediya Seethai'.

A one-time associate of director Cheran, Jaganji has managed a casting coup with prominent stars of Tamil Cinema playing important roles in the film.  RTS is a film that revolves around a youth played by Cheran and the movie talks about different people and varied cultures that he comes across in his life.

Speaking about the project, Jaganji says, ' it is one of the greatest experiences of my life doing this film. Directing my mentor (Cheran) was a scintillating experience. He has been a guiding force to me encouraging and motivating me a lot'.

'The movie will be different from run-of-the-mill films. Cheran plays a down-to-earth role, while Nithin Sathya is bubbly and full of wit. Pasupathy plays a westernized character. All the female leads have pitched in their best for the film,' adds the director.

He singled out music composer Vidyasagar for coming up with catchy appropriate melodies. 'He has understood the situation well and has rendered soul-stirring songs. These are the major highlights of my film', he adds.

'Though I directed Cheran, he did not interfere with my work. He suggested some ideas, but otherwise did what I wanted him to before the camera. He is of immense strength to the movie', adds Jagan.

On his part, Cheran, said, 'I always wondered why a talented creator like Jaganji is yet to strike it rich. Everyman needs an appropriate moment to make it big. Hopefully Jagan will start fresh with 'Raman Thediya Seethai''.

Nithin Sathya relished playing a bubbly role in the film. He says that it was a great moment to share the screen with talented artistes like Pasupathy and Cheran. Says Nithin Sathya, ' it was a leaning curve for me. They encouraged and motivated me a lot'.

Thanking Dhananjayan of Moserbaer, Jaganji said, 'he was of immense encouragement to me. Thanks to the corporate backing, we shot the film uninterrupted. But for their support, the movie could not have been completed'.

'The movie would set a new trend in the industry. Hopefully it would go ahead to run successfully at the box office and bring us laurels', he adds.