5 REASONS TO WATCH ‘YAAN’
Perhaps, a long time we saw romance and action blend together with brilliant visuals and a top-notch technical quotient. Cinematographer Ravi K Chandran!!! Utter his name and there are the most superlative synonyms binding up together like ‘Magician’, ‘Beautician’ et al. Such has been his magnetizing cinematography that has haunted the most reigning superstars of Indian Cinema. From the much Shehanshah of Indian Cinema – Amitabh Bachchan to the present generation of superstars like Shahrukh Khan, Aamir Khan and Salman Khan, he has been the master of making them look awesome.
Top 10 cinema brings you five good reasons to watch his ‘Yaan’ that marks his debut directorial that stars Jiiva and Tulasi Nair in lead roles. The film is produced by RS Infotainment and is scheduled for release on day after tomorrow (October 2).
1.Heavy lines of promotions – Maybe, filmmakers like Manirathnam, Shankar, AR Murugadoss and Prabhu Deva would manage to bring the Hindi superstars to promote their flicks, but then a cinematographer managing to bring in a bandwagon of Bollywood superstars to promote a Tamil film has turned great spotlights on this film. Amitabh Bachchan and Ranbir Kapoor sharing their experience of awe over the brilliant trailer have increased the expectations upon this film even in non-Tamil speaking zone.
2. Racy trailers – Trailers have become the most intriguing factor to decide upon a film’s fate in box office up to certain extent. But if the trailer turns out to be fascinating, then no doubt, the theatres are sure to be spangled with good crowd during the opening weekend. The trailer of ‘Yaan’ that is seen as an amalgamation of romance and action with rich scintillating visuals is extraordinary garnering good response.
3. Cute pair on the block – Jiiva and Tulasi Nair have made up as a good pair. Their chemistry has been so much raved about the young cohort of audiences over the trailer. Jiiva is someone who manages to steal the show with a good onscreen chemistry with any heroines and Tulasi Nair of ‘Kadal’ fame is a good choice for this film.
4. Unforeseen locations – A cinematographer is likely to know the best spots in the world and Ravi K Chandran has chosen some of the most exotic locations for this film. Some of the portions have been shot in Morocco, which would surely put the audiences in awe inspired moment over the jaw-dropping visuals.
5. The musical fever of Harris Jayaraj – After a long time, we tend to hear some of the best score from Harris Jayaraj. The makers have already gained a good intensity for the film with the release of promotional song ‘Aathangara Orathil’ crooned by Gaana Bala. Jiiva’s astounding dance performance to the tunes of Harris Jayaraj is sure to make the film more embellished.
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