Pariyerum Perumal TamilRockers is a 2018 Indian Tamil drama film written and directed by Mari Selvaraj. The film produced by Pa. Ranjith,the film stars Kathir, Anandhi and Yogi Babu. This film presents the music of Santhosh Narayanan. This film has received many positive reviews. The film was a blockbuster.
After creating Neelam Productions in October 2016, Pa. In December 2016, Ranjith announced that Pariyerum Perumal’s first production was directed by Ram’s former assistant, Mari Selvaraj. Actors from Tirunelveli, Kathir and Anandhi were selected to play roles and permanent collaborators, Ranjith, Santhosh Narayanan, joined the team as composers.
Pariyerum Perumal Movie Story Line
The film starts with a popular dog, Karuppi. We are in 2005 and the dog is watching a passing train, although his trainer Pariyerum Perumal (Kathir) is chatting with good friends. Then something happens, and five minutes after this film. We remember you and we cry when a tragedy occurs and Karuppi goes too fast.
The producer’s first film Pariyerum Perumal, directed by Mari Selvaraj, former deputy general manager of Rami Kattrathu Tamizh, and the fame of Thanga Meenkal. Kath Kirumi ‘Kathir and Kayal’ Anandhi will play an important role in the film, mainly shot in Thirunelveli and the surrounding area.
“Pariyerum Perumal” shot by Maari Selvaraj, deputy director of Ram. The film will contain the fame of Kirumi and Kathand of Anandi. Santhosh Narayanan gives a score for this film. Sridhar will be the director of photography and Ramu will be in charge of the art department.
Kathir in Pariyerum Perumal
This film is based on the real life of a little boy in Tirunelveli. As a result, this film shot entirely in the city. The song refers to Karuppi, a dog killed in caste wars. The expression “Did he smile when he killed you? Is he attacking you like a bark?” Tell the story of caste-based oppression and discrimination.
And the cinema is the best. The subtle score of Santhosh Narayanan enhances the emotional power of the scene, while the spectacular Sridhar images are very impressive. First of all, the film never felt like preaching and it started as a live play.