On : 2009-11-26 14:57:18
There are many reasons to look forward to ‘Paiya’. The film stars Karthi, the ‘Paruthiveeran’ hero in the lead role. Tamannah, one of the hottest actresses in Tamil, is the heroine of the film.
And what more? Besides directing the movie, Lingusamy, one of the successful filmmakers of Tamil cinema, is also producing it.
It is expected that Karthi's image will have a complete makeover after the movie. Confirming this, Lingusamy says, “"I am exploring the charming and handsome side of Karthi and that's what you get to see in Paiya.”
“Paiya’ is an urban story and tells the interesting events happening in the lives of a pair of lovers (Karthi and Tamannah). Besides, Milind Soman and Sonia Deepti are playing pivotal roles. The movie was widely shot in Bangalore, Hyderabad and Mumbai.
On the movie, Lingusamy says, “It is a travelogue kind of action adventure. Karthi starts a journey from Bangalore to Mumbai along with Tamannah. The hurdles they face during their trip and how they overcome everything is ‘Paiya’.”
Elaborating more, he says, "the film is all about the protagonist meeting his love and hate on his journey. The action packed entertainer is being made in a different way with highways and travel as the backdrop."
The filmmaker is happy with Karthi and Tamannah's performance and is all praises for their commitment and involvement. “Both are professionals. They dedicate themselves fully to work,” says Lingusamy.
A song "Suthudhey Suthudhey Boomi", choreographed by Sabeena Khan, is expected to be one of the highlights of the movie. It was shot at Prasad Studios in Chennai, where a grand set was erected by art director Rajeevan.
However, thanks to computer graphics and visual effects, the background of the song will change to dense forests and lush mountain ranges, it is said. A rain song "Adada Mazhaida", featuring Karthi and Tamannah, was shot at the Athirappilly waterfalls recently.
As things are nearing completion and the film is ready to hit the screens, expect for some fireworks from Lingusamy.