Adutha Saattai

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Adutha Saattai
Adutha Saattai.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byM. Anbazhagan
Produced bySamuthirakani
Dr Prabhu Thilak
Written byM. Anbazhagan
Screenplay bySamuthirakani
StarringSamuthirakani
Athulya Ravi
Thambi Ramaiah
Music byJustin Prabhakaran
CinematographyRasamathi
Edited byNirmal
Production
company
11: 11 Productions
Naadodigal
Distributed bySri Vaari Film
Release date
29 November 2019
CountryIndia
LanguageTamil

Adutha Saattai (transl. Next whip) is a 2019 Indian Tamil-language action drama film which is a sequel to Saattai (2012), written and directed by M. Anbazhagan. It stars Samuthirakani, Athulya Ravi with debutant Kaushik and Yuvan in supporting roles. D. Imman who previously composed music for the prequel is replaced by Justin Prabhakaran. Principal photography of the film began on 12 December 2018.[1]

Adutha Saattai is about the prevailing lapses in the Indian Education System.[2] Considering the subject matter of the film, it was scheduled to be released in September 2019 worldwide [3] later moved to November.

Cast[edit]

  • Samuthirakani as Dayalan
  • Thambi Ramaiah as Singaperumal
  • Yuvan as Pazhanimuthu
  • Athulya Ravi as Podhumponnu
  • Rajshri Ponnappa as Pachaiammal
  • Pichaikkaran Moorthy as Ponpandiyan
  • Benjamin as Professor
  • George Maryan as Gopal
  • Kaushik Sundaram as Adhi
  • Sree Raam as Student
  • Kavithalaya Krishnan as Sivasamy
  • Hello Kandasamy as Professor
  • Saravana Sakthi as Lawyer
  • Thavasi
  • Nadodigal Gopal as Adhi's father
  • Murali
  • Pallavarajan as Pallavarajan
  • Subhashini Kannan as Parimala Devi
  • Subiksha
  • S. R. Dhivya Pradeepa as Professor
  • Kanika Ravi as Student
  • Sheela
  • T. Sanghavi
  • M. Sasikumar in the song "Vegadha Veyilula" (cameo)

Production[edit]

The film is produced by Dr.Prabhu Thilaak under the banner 11:11 Productions and co-produced by P.Samuthirakani's Naadodigal. This is the maiden venture of Dr. Prabhu Thilaak's 11:11 Productions. Samuthirakani is cast as lead actor in the film while he was busy with his directorial ventures Naadodigal 2 and Appa 2.[4] The shooting of the film commenced on 12 December 2018 in Chennai, the film titled as Adutha Saattai is not a sequel to the 2012 film Saattai, but the subject of Adutha Saattai is about the prevailing lapses in the Indian Education System.[2]

Marketing and release[edit]

The official teaser of the film was unveiled on 20 July 2019.[5]

The film is scheduled to be released In November 2019 worldwide. The official trailer was released on Nov 2019.[6] Samuthirakani’s Adutha Saattai kick-starts with an average opening in Chennai box office.[7]

Soundtrack[edit]

Adutha Saattai
Soundtrack album by
Released7 August 2019
Recorded2019
Studio20DB Studios
GenreSoundtrack
Length16:26
LanguageTamil
LabelMuzik247
ProducerJustin Prabhakaran
Justin Prabhakaran chronology
Dharmaprabhu
(2019)
Adutha Saattai
(2019)
Naadodigal 2
(2020)

The soundtrack is composed by Justin Prabhakaran and lyrics are by Thenmozhi Das and Yugabharathi.

Track list
No.TitleLyricsSinger(s)Length
1."Enga Kayila Natta Kudunga"YugabharathiChellankuppam Subramaniyan, Lady Kash3:21
2."Vegadha Veyilula"YugabharathiKanchi B. Rajeswari5:07
3."Kari Kaadu Dhaane"Thenmozhi DasSathyan Ilanko4:27
4."Avan Varuvaan"Thenmozhi DasSathyan Ilanko, Aishwarya Ravichandran3:31
Total length:16:26

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Samuthirakani starts shooting for Sattai 2". Behindwoods. 12 December 2018. Retrieved 31 December 2018.
  2. ^ a b "Adutha Saattai teaser out". Times of India. 21 July 2019. Retrieved 21 August 2019.
  3. ^ "Libra Productions to release 'Adutha Saattai' and 'Ayngaran' on Sep 5". Sify. 12 August 2019. Retrieved 21 August 2019.
  4. ^ "Samuthirakani's next is 'Adutha Saattai'". Sify. Retrieved 31 December 2018.
  5. ^ "Adutha Saattai Teaser - Samuthirakani, Sasikumar, Yuvan, Athulya - Justin Prabhakran - M. Anbazhagan". YouTube. Muzik247. 20 July 2019.
  6. ^ "Adutha Saatai Info".
  7. ^ "Adutha saattai box office".

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