Puppy (2019 film)
|Directed by||Nattu Dev|
|Produced by||Ishari K. Ganesh|
|Written by||Nattu Dev|
|Music by||Dharan Kumar|
|Cinematography||Deepak Kumar Padhy|
Vels Film International
Puppy is a 2019 Indian Tamil-language comedy drama film written and directed by Nattu Dev (credited as Morattu Single) in his directorial debut. The film starring Varun in his debut as a lead actor, Samyuktha Hegde and Yogi Babu is produced by Ishari K. Ganesh under his production banner Vels Film International. The music for the film is composed by Dharan Kumar. The film had its theatrical release on 11 October 2019 and opened to mixed reviews.
Final year college student Prabhu (Varun) has a strong urge to loose his virginity. His senior (Yogi Babu) guides him. Prabhu falls in love with his classmate Ramya (Samyuktha Hegde). His sexual curiosity lands him in trouble when he and Ramya have pre-marital sex. He gets biggest shock of his life when he comes to know that Ramya shows positive signs of pregnancy. His pet dog puppy is severely ill, which worries both Prabhu and Ramya. How will he fix the things forms crux of the story.
- Varun as Prabhu
- Samyuktha Hegde as Ramya
- Yogi Babu as Senior
- G. Marimuthu as Prabhu's father
The first look poster which depicted the portrayals of popular pornstar Johnny Sins and Hindu priest Nithyananda received harsh criticisms and setback from Shiv Sena, condemning the poster for violating the sentiments of the Hindus.
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