“Komban is a dedication to fathers of all daughters” – Raj Kiran

“Komban is a dedication to fathers of all daughters” – Raj Kiran

Features 5-Mar-2015 5:05 PM IST RM Comments

The audio launch of Karthi-Lakshmi Menon starrer ‘Komban’ was held this morning at Suryan FM following which the entire crew was present for the press meet at Prasad Lab.

‘Komban based on real life inspirations’
Speaking on the occasion, director Muthaiah said that the film is based on the real life inspirations of his father and maternal grandfather. Komban is about the tug of war that happens between Karthi and Raj Kiran who plays his father-in-law. This tale has been narrated with more fun, emotions and cultural ties of Tamil Nadu.

How a reluctant Karthi turned into confident one
On his turn Karthi said, “I was keen that there shouldn’t be any similarity with my debut film Paruthiveeran. In fact, when director Muthaiah told me that it would be a Madurai based village script, I was slightly reluctant of it could resemble the same. But he made it clear about saying that tradition and culture of Ramanathapuram district is entirely different from main Madurai. The film has lots of emotional concepts, humour and good things about a man and his family.”

A Dedication to all fathers of daughters
Raj Kiran came up on the dais and addressed all saying, “A father dedicates all his life for the sake of his daughter’s happiness. When he thinks about getting her married, he is so much concerned about her man’s quality and if he would take care of her properly. Even when she is happy, there would be an unstoppable thinking if his daughter is really happy with her husband after marriage. Such is the heart of every father and even when a grandchild is born, he wants to see them settled and married. Komban will be one such film, a dedication to fathers of all daughters.”

Special 50 for GV Prakash
The film marks the 50th album of GV Prakash and coincidentally his onscreen debut ‘Darling’ again produced by the same banner of Studio Green has completed 50 days. While his maiden work with Karthi ‘Aayirathil Oruvan’ was a mix of various genres, their second outing ‘Saguni’ was a commercial album. ‘Komban’ is blend with folk beats and melodies that has already captivated the music lovers at the first time of hearing.

K.E. Gnanavel Raja has produced this film under the banner of Studio Green and Dream Factory will be releasing it on March 27.

The event started off with the screening of film’s trailer and couple of songs that fascinated everyone around them. Lakshmi Menon was not present for the occasion due to her public examinations.

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