Satham Podathey is the much awaited film of director Vasanth, the creator of films like Keladi Kanmani, Aasai and etc.,. As the director completed the shooting for the film last week, he planned the audio release for the film in a different way.
Yuvan Shankar Raaja has churned out with 5 lilting numbers for this film that have already become the chartbusters.
To add more pep and to create further hype about this project, Vasanth planned the audio introduction in a grand style. He arranged for a live orchestra of Yuvan with his full troupe to play all the 5 songs on the stage. Popular artists and veteran film makers of the industry participated in the event, and they gave their crisp opinion on every song.
K.Balachandar, who is the guru of Vasanth released the audio, and Rama Narayanan, the President of Tamil Producer’s council received a copy of the same. Each song from the album was released by young music directors Srikanth Deva, D.Imman, Vijay Antony, and G.V.Prakash. Glam girls Trisha, Sneha, Priya Mani and Sandhya, alongwith Jeeva and Shaam also participated in the event.
After a brief interval, Vasanth, a student of K Balachander school of filmmaking, is back to wield the megaphone. He is directing the likes of Prithviraj, Padmapriya among others for Sathumpodaathay.
Known for his realistic portrayals, Vasanth, assures Sathumpodaathay will also be a sincere and serious effort.
It would be an emotional pot-boiler. All characters in the movie are reflections of people seen in our daily life.
In a nut shell, the movie is about a sudden turn of events which lead to several troubles in a middle-class family. How they overcome all of them forms the crux.
Prithviraj, after a good outing in Parijatham, plays the lead role in the movie. Giving him company is Padmapriya. She is keen to scalp a hat-trick in Sathumpodaathay after neat performances in Thavamai Thavamirundhu and Pattiyal.
Prithviraj, the young actor from Kerala, has already made his mark giving a matured performance in Kana Kanden followed by a smart portrayal in K Bhagayaraj’s Parijatham.
Also in the cast includes Raghavraja, a young music composer who set to tunes the song Kadhal Vandhucho in Hey Nee Romba Azhaga Irukae directed by Vasanth.
On his break, Vasanth says, ‘I took a break in search of a good story which ended with Sathumpodaathay.’
A major portion of the movie was shot in Chennai and Kanchipuram. Prithviraj plays an engineer, while Padmapriya, a graduate. Nitin makes his debut as the second hero.
After Poovelam Kettupar, Yuvan Shankar Raja teams up with Vasanth for Sathumpodaathay. Giving his heart-out for the movie, Vasanth is confident that movies with good storyline will always click at the box-office.