|Headquarters||Tamil Nadu, India., India|
|N. Subash Chandrabose
The first venture of which was Deepavali, directed by Ezhil with ‘Jayam’ Ravi and Bhavana in lead roles. It was a moderate success. Then it was Pattalam, starring Nadhiya and a host of new faces.
The next venture, Paiyaa (2010) was directed by N. Lingusamy himself. The film brought together Karthi and Tamannaah and Bollywood actor Milind Soman. It showcased a journey the lead couple undertake on the request of the heroine. The ups and downs the duo undergo during the journey and how they bond during the same forms the story.
The banner’s next offering Vazhakku Enn 18/9 was critically acclaimed. The film marked the comeback of Balaji Sakthivel after a brief hiatus. Hosting a number of newbies in the lead the movie with a realistic approach takes a dig on love and so called love among today’s young intertwined with a MMS crime plot. It was remade in Malayalam as Black Butterflies and Kannada as Case No.18/9.
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