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Surangani
Directed by J. Suresh
Produced by T. Bala Subramaniyam
Krithika Karthik
Written by J. Suresh
Starring J. Suresh
Rajkumar
Madhu Varma
Lakshana
Meenu Karthika
Music by Yuvan Shankar Raja
Cinematography Sridhar
Editing by V. T. Vijayan
Release date(s) 2009
Country Template:IND
Language Tamil

Surangani is a forthcoming Indian Tamil film written and directed by J. Suresh, who has earlier directed films like Velai (1998) and Ennavale (2001). The film stars Suresh himself in the lead role along with Malayalam actor Rajkumar, Madhu Varma, Lakshana and Meenu Karthika, whilst Nassar and Cochin Haneefa play supporting roles. The film, scored by Yuvan Shankar Raja, filmed by Sridhar and edited by V. T. Vijayan,[1] is currently in its filming stage and expected to release by the end of 2009.

Cast and crewEdit

CastEdit

CrewEdit

  • Story, Screenplay, Direction: J. Suresh
  • Production: T. Bala Subramaniam, Krithika Karthik
  • Music: Yuvan Shankar Raja
  • Cinematography: Sridhar
  • Editing: V. T. Vijayan
  • P.R.O.: Nikil
  • Banner: Miracle Films

SoundtrackEdit

Music of Surangani is scored by noted composer Yuvan Shankar Raja, who had earlier worked with J. Suresh in Suresh's debut film Velai in 1998. According to reports, the soundtrack will feature a remixed version of the song "Oru Pakkam Paakkura" from the 1970 Tamil film Maattukaara Velan, composed by K. V. Mahadevan.[2] Early reports, however, indicated, that the song "Marainthirinthu Paarkkum Marmam Enna" from Thillana Mohanambal would be remixed.[3]

ProductionEdit

The film was formally launched in November 2008 at the producers' office in Chennai.[4]

Reportedly director Gautham Menon initially wanted to make a film, titled Surangani with Ajith Kumar and Sameera Reddy in the lead roles, but the film didn't take off as the title was already registered by Miracle Films.[5]

CastingEdit

Early reports indicated, that the film will feature actresses Meenakshi and Padampriya in the lead roles.[5] However, eventually newcomer Madhu Varma and Lakshana, who had played supporting roles in films like Sivakasi as well as lead roles as in Eesa, were roped in for the roles. Also Meenu Karthika, a newcomer from Kerala, was roped in and will be playing an important role in the film.[6]

ReferencesEdit

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