Selvaraghavan's Irandam Ulagam is all set to get a good opening at Tamil Box Office. The movie is releasing tomorrow (November 22) worldwide, and the Arya and Anushka Shetty starrer flick is ready to rock at collection centres.
The advance booking of Irandam Ulagam was started in Chennai on Wednesday (November 20). As there was a good pre-talk for the Tamil movie, multiplexes in the city decided to open the counters to sell tickets of the movie two days before its release.
The bookings had a slow start, and till the afternoon, the response was not high. But post noon, tickets started selling like hot cakes. According to reports, the multiplexes have sold over 15,000 tickets for the first weekend.
A trader says, "People are curiously looking forward for the movie as Arya is returning after two back-to-back hits (Raja Rani and Arrambam). Hence, his latest movie Irandam Ulagam is getting a good response from audience."
"We are witnessing good response for the advance booking and they are bound to increase during the weekends. Adding to that Selvaraghavan factor is playing the key role in the success" he concludes.
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Irandam Ulagam In 1,200 Screens
The movie is releasing worldwide in over 1,200 screens (Tamil and Telugu versions). This has guaranteed a grand opening for Irandam Ulagam.
Most Expensive Project Of Selva
Irandam Ulagam is made with a lavish budget and it is the most-expensive project of Selvaraghavan till date.
Story Set Against Two Worlds
The movie is a love story set against the backdrop of two different worlds. Selva said, "We have discovered the presence of only few worlds and many more could exist."
Fictional Account Of A Fantasy World
Selva adds, "Even scientists think that we are not alone. My movie is a fictional account of such a fantasy world."
Irandam Ulagam is produced by PVP Cinemas. Harris Jayaraj has composed the music, Ramji has handled the camera and Kola Bhaskar has edited the movie.