It looks like director Seenu Ramasamy will have to wait for some more time to realise his dream of witnessing his film Idam, Porul, Yaevel’s release.
Yes, the film’s production house, Thirrupathi Brothers has clarified that reports appearing in a section of the media that the firm had planned to release the film in July were not true.
Producer Subash Chandra Bose, one of the producers of the firm, said, “We at Thirrupathi brothers notice that many anonymous persons on twitter have stated that our flim Idam Porul Eval, directed by Seenu Ramasaamy, has been scheduled to release by July in theatres.This is false information and we haven’t decided any dates as of now due to Covid 19 lockdown. Once the lockdown gets over, we will consult our distributors & exhibitors and announce a suitable date for theatrical release. Till then, we request everyone not to spread false information like this.”
The film, which features Vijay Sethupathi, Vishnu Vishal, Aishwarya Rajesh and Nanditha Swetha in the lead, was shot in the year 2014. The film, which underwent many changes from its title to its producer, to its cast and crew, finally was ready for release in 2014.
However, the producers of the film, director Lingusamy’s Thirrupathi Brothers could not release this film due to the torrid time they had to face after their film Anjaan, featuring Suriya in the lead, bombed miserably at the box office.
The blow that the firm suffered as a result of that loss put the company in such a situation that it hasn’t been able to release Idam, Porul, Yaeval still.
So, it was only natural that director Seenu Ramasamy jumped for joy when he learnt on Twitter that the firm was finally planning to release the film in July this year.
He even tweeted, “I, who have been in the same frame of mind as that of Draupadi who raised both her hands to Lord Krishna for help, finally have some consolation. This is a film alright. But to me, this is my child. I thank director Lingusamy. #IdamPorulYaevalrelease.”
However, this clarification by the production house is bound to disappoint the director, who, it seems, will have to wait a tad longer.