Debutant director Jai, who is on the verge of completing his Tamil thriller Andhra Mess, has said that he has used a different kind of narration for his first film. He has called it as 'magic realism'.
"It is a completely new style of narration called 'magical realism' signifying how a storyteller will tell his tale interestingly to his audience," Jai said in a statement.
Explaining further, Jai said, "This is an effort to take our cinema towards the next generation. We have tried to tell a story in a new style incorporating various aspects of alternative cinema with an aesthetic eye.
"Major portions of the film have been shot except for a few scenes and a song, which we are planning to shoot near Pune towards the end of the month," he added.
Prashant Pillai, who has assisted the double Oscar-winning composer AR Rahman in numerous films, and is known for his bold and captivating scores from movies like Shaitan, David in Hindi and Amen in Malayalam, is composing the music for Andhra Mess.
Nirmal K Bala of Showboat Studios is producing Andhra Mess, which features AP Sreedhar, Raj Barath, Balaji, Mathivanan, Vinod and Pooja in important roles.