Kumki is a movie produced by Lingusamy and stars Prabhu’s son, Vikram Prabhu, and Lakshmi Menon. The grandson of Sivaji Ganesan makes his debut in this flick directed by Prabu Solomon. It is the intense love story of an elephant trainer played by Vikram.
In this film, Vikram plays the role of a mahout. Kumki refers to an elephant that is trained to keep away rogue elephants from the village. The movie has been shot extensively in the forests of Kerala and Karnataka. In order to shoot he climax of the film which involved elephants destroying the land, the producers bought two acres of land to film this.
Lakshmi Menon makes her Tamil debut in this film and a romantic song was picturised in Jog Falls in Karnataka for this flick.
Music for the film is by D. Imman and the story and screenplay are by Prabu Solomon. The audio of the movie was recently launched where both Kamal Haasan and Rajinikanth attended to give Sivaji Ganesan’s grandson their blessings.
|Directed by||Prabu Solomon|
|Produced by||N. Lingusamy
N. Subash Chandra Bose
|Screenplay by||Prabu Solomon|
|Story by||Prabu Solomon|
|Music by||D. Imman|