7 Naatkal

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7 Naatkal
Directed byGautham VR
Produced byK. Karthik
K. Karthikeyan
Written byP. Vimal Kumar
StarringShakthi Vasudevan
Ganesh Venkatraman
Prabhu
Nikesha Patel
Music byVishal Chandrasekhar
CinematographyM. S. Prabhu
Edited byM. Jesvin Prabu
Production
company
Million Dollar Movies
Release date
  • June 2, 2017 (2017-06-02)
CountryIndia
LanguageTamil

7 Naatkal (English: 7 days) is a 2017 Tamil thriller film directed by Gautham.VR and produced by Million Dollar Movies. Shakthi, Nikesha Patel and Angana Roy feature in the leading roles, while Prabhu, Ganesh Venkatraman, Rajeev Pillai, M. S. Bhaskar and Nassar play supporting roles.

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

In April 2016, it was announced that Shakthi would feature in a new film titled 7 Naatkal directed by his cousin Gautham and written by his uncle, Vimal peethambaram. The film production started on 21 April 2016, with Nikesha Patel, Ganesh Venkatraman and Angana Roy revealed to have joined the cast.[1] M. S. Prabhu joined the team as a cinematographer, while Vishal Chandrasekhar was signed on as the project's music composer.[2] Contrary to reports, Ganesh revealed that he portrayed an Antagonist role and stated that the film would be a "racy thriller" which takes place over seven days as per the title.[3] The first schedule was shot across Chennai, while the team also nurtured plans to shoot songs abroad.[4]

Soundtrack[edit]

Soundtrack was composed by Vishal Chandrasekhar and lyrics written by Madhan Karky.[5][6] Behindwoods rated the soundtrack 2 out of 5.[7]

7 Naatkal
Soundtrack album by
Released2017
LanguageTamil
ProducerVishal Chandrasekhar
Vishal Chandrasekhar chronology
Brindavanam
(2017)
7 Naatkal
(2017)
Rangoon
(2017)

Critical reception[edit]

Times of India wrote "7 Naatkal has its moments, especially in the first half, with a few light-hearted scenes which gradually build up to an engaging suspense drama."[8] News Minute wrote "The film struggles to entertain with flat comedy, badly constructed song sequences, and attempts to score on the emotional quotient with some blah sentimental scenes as well."[9]

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