Cast Â :Â YG Magendran, M S Bhaskar, Sara, ?Black? Pandi, Sachin Khedekar, Krishna Kumar, George, Kishore, Priya, Surekha, TM Karthik, Thiyagarajan, Ramakrishnan
Production: M. Chinthamani
Well, all Chiyaan Vikram fans are anticipating as to when their idol’s ‘Deiva Thirumagal’ will hit theatres. Directed by AL Vijay the film sees Vikram in a never-seen-before role as that of a mentally challenged man with the IQ of a five-year-old.
The film has stellar performances by Anushka Shetty, who the audience will get to know in a totally different avatar sans the grease paint; as well as Amala Paul, who is believed to have carried a very tough role with ï¿½lan.
M.S. Bhaskar and Santhanam will provide the much-needed comedy element in this emotional drama.
‘Deiva Thirumagal’ deals with how a mentally challenged man undergoes an emotional battle with his child and a wife who do not want him. Vikram, for the versatile actor that he is, is reported to have delivered a great performance in this film. Touted to touch the emotions of any movie-goer, this film promises to be yet another milestone in Vikram’s portfolio.
Reliable sources have revealed that this film will see a good dose of scenes from the Chennai High Court.
Though sources close to the film have rubbed off rumours that the film has some similarity to the Hollywood produce ‘I Am Sam’, there are now partially confirmed reports doing the rounds that it will be hard to miss the similarity between the two films.
The music for ‘Deiva Thirumagal’ is by G.V. Prakash. The film’s music has won quite a lot of thumbs ups and is still continuing to do so. As we had earlier reported, the last ten minutes of the movie has a symphony by G.V. Prakash, which many are positive, will win him critical fame. Looks like this film will add yet another feather to GV’s cap!
Packed with these interesting highlights ‘Deiva Thirumagal’ which will release across theatres in the state on July, will sure be one interesting film to enjoy for all those die-hard film buffs, who have been responsible for the success of good films in Tamil.