Yaanum Theeyavan

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Yaanum Theeyavan
Yaanum Theeyavan Poster.jpg
Directed by Prashanth G Sekar
Produced by Sophia Jerome
Pepitta Jerome
Written by Prashanth G Sekar
Starring Ashwin Jerome
Varsha Bollamma
Raju Sundaram
Ponvannan
VTV Ganesh
Santhana Bharathi
Arunraja Kamaraj
Music by Achu Rajamani
Cinematography Shreyaas Krishna
Edited by Prasanna GK
Production
company
Peppy Cinemas
Release date
  • 30 June 2017 (2017-06-30)
Running time
106 Minutes
Country India
Language Tamil

Yaanum Theeyavan (lit. I am bad, too) is an Indian Tamil action crime thriller film written and directed by debut director Prashanth G Sekar.[1] The film is based on a number of true events collectively. Prashanth G Sekar is a former assistant director of Director Hari in Singam II and Director Vignesh Shivan in the film Podaa Podi. The casting of the movie includes Ashwin Jerome who is a trained actor, Varsha and Raju Sundaram in primary roles. The Cinematography of the movie is done by Shreyaas Krishna who also did it for Jil Jung Juk. Music is taken care of by the ace music director Achu Rajamani. This movie is touted to be an Action Thriller and is expected to hit the screens by June 2017.

Plot[edit]

This movie claims to represent a number of true events that have actually happened. Put together under one shell with imaginative screenplay and characters, the story revolves around 3 primary characters Michael (Ashwin Jerome), Soumya (Varsha) and Pasupathy (Raju Sundaram). The plot forms around how these 3 characters meet and what happens after their meeting. However the complete plot will be known only after the release of the movie.

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

After a lot of hunting for the roles of Pasupathy and Soumya, Raju Sundaram and Varsha were respectively fixed. The movie went on floors on 22 July 2015. It was shot extensively for two schedules from July till September 2015 in and around Chennai most of it in and around Chromepet. The shooting was wrapped up on 14 September 2015. The movie in total has 5 songs pictured. Lyricists Kabilan and Mani Amuthavan have penned two songs each and the composer Achu Rajamani himself has written a song. The movie is completely packed and ready for release. The movie will be released worldwide on June 30, 2017. It's reported that Raju Sundaram is playing as a serial killer in this flick.[2]

Soundtrack[edit]

Music was composed by Achu Rajamani.[3][4]

  • Nenjukkulle - Suchith Suresan
  • Nila Nila - Jithin Raj, Swetha Menon
  • Yaanum Theeyavan - Achu
  • Aagaayame - Yaamini

Critical reception[edit]

The Hindu wrote "We expect this remarkably bland love story to turn into a thriller. But no such luck."[5] Deccan chronicle wrote "The problem with the script is an ordinary story with underdeveloped characters. The director could have infused more thrilling elements to hold the tension. The movie had all the potential to become an engaging thriller had the director concentrated more on a coherent screenplay with solid writing."[6]

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