Jeyikkira Kuthira TamilRockers is a new Indian Tamil romantic comedy film written and directed by Sakthi Chidambaram. The film plays Jeevan, Nikesh Ram, Dimple Chopade, Sakshi Agarwal and various actors in comedy.
The film was slow and the first poster with Jeevan and Dimple Chopade was released in September 2015. Srikanth Deva was originally a composer, but R. R. Kawin Siva took his place. In mid-2016, the team continued to make films with actors Sakshi Agarwal, Ramesh Khanna, T. Siva and Yogi Babu, all of whom were part of the new program.
Jeyikkira Kuthira Movie Story Line
Director Sakthi Chidambaram starts filming Jeyikkira Kuthira’s next project on Friday. Back at the address after the break, the filmmaker said it necessary because he wanted to write a better scenario. “I wouldn’t call that a gap because I worked on the script of this movie,” he said. He said the film was about a fun story between a young film maker and a film maker.
The film released on November 21, 2014 at AVM Studios and filming began on the same day. The team launched a series of promotions, insisting that director Sakthi Chidambaram is not rude, despite the image.
He said that he chose Jeevan as the leader because his character was an element of deception. Jeevan played the same role in Thiruttu Payale (2006) and Naan Avanillai (2007). Three actors played the lead, while Saranya Ponvannan came to play the role of Jeevan’s mother in the film, but Deepa Ramanujam took her place.
Jeevan in Jeyikkira Kuthira
The advertisement for the film still a bit close, but Sakthi Chidambaram said the film would not difficult. “This movie should be attractive because it’s about the movie industry, but it won’t be disturbing. Var There three main characters, Dimple Chopade, Ambika Soni and Shravya, only the latter plays a catchy role because the character a player.” He said.
The soundtrack composed by KR Kawin Siva. Sakthi Chidambaram added: “A hero is someone who cheats on winning in this game of cat and mouse and that is why I chose Jeevan (because of the reputation of Thiruttu Payale).”