Aaravathu Vanam starring Newcomer Bhusan, Vidya and Bose venkat in lead role. Story is derived from the Mahabaratha in which the sixth forest (Aaravathu Vanam) was supposed to be the toughest for the Pandavas to go through and the battle was the bloodiest in the whole war when going through this passage. Likewise here too the characters in the village Aaravathu Vanam face tough challenges.
|Producer||Thyagarajan S M|
|Lyrics||Bhuvanesh.R, Kugai Pugalanthi, Muthuvijayan|
|Singers||Velmurugan, Prasanna , Sri Madhumidha, Roshini , Mukesh , Sarulathamani, Deepa Mariam|
|OTT Release Date||TBA|
days agoThe film is written and directed by Mr. R. Bhuvanesh and stars new comers Bhushan and Vidya as the lead pair with Bose Venkat playing a never before seen character in tamil cinema. The title of the film is derived from the Mahabaratha in which the sixth forest (Aaravathu Vanam) was supposed to be the toughest for the Pandavas to go through and the battle was the bloodiest in the whole war when going through this passage. Likewise here too the characters in the village Aaravathu Vanam face tough challenges. Director R.Bhuvanesh has honed his skills under such maverick filmmakers such as R.Parthiban and S.D. Sabha and has chosen an unusual subject for his debut vehicle and has worked hard to ensure a gripping film that is bound to keep the audience spell binded all through the film. R. Bhuvanesh apart from penning the screenplay and dialogues has also written the lyrics for three of the six songs. Cinematographer S. Taj is an assistant of ace cinematographer P.C. Sriram and has done such successful films like Kanna, Pasupathy rasakkapalayam and Dindigul Sarathy to name a few and his camera work is sure to be a major plus for the film Music Director R. Hari Babu is making his debut with Aaravathu Vanam and he is an assistant of sensational music director Srikanth Deva. Haribabu has proven his versatility in this album by composing six very different songs which will please the audience no end. While Kannale…. Is a folk number, Mayiley… is a lilting melody, If And