A.M.R. Ramesh, who rose to fame by directing the daring Cyanide which dealt with the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi, is coming up with his latest venture.
Titled Police Quarters, the film is also being made in Tamil with the title Kavalar Kudiyiruppu. Newcomers Anees Tejeswar and Sonu play the main characters in this film, which is said to be inspired from a true incident of 1982.
Police Quarters has music by James Vasanthan; cinematography is by Dwarakanath. Produced by Anitha and Indumathi under the banner of Vasishta films, the film"s story, screenplay and direction are by A.M.R. Ramesh.
Ramesh is known for powerful storytelling; his debut film Cyanide received rave reviews from critics. Cyanide was a successful film and was dubbed in Tamil as Kuppy.