While Silambarasan’s previous movie ‘Vinnaithaandi Varuvaaya’ had a tagline that read ‘Crossing the Skies’, the Young Superstar has got a much resembling title of ‘Vaanam’ for his upcoming movie. Maybe you’re puzzled about what this title has got to do with the movie. Every character in the movie has a big dream almost like touching the skies and they are on the mission of accomplishing with it. But a situation brings them together at an unimaginable circumstance.
A Cable operator (played by Silambarasan) unceasingly lies to his girlfriend he belongs to a rich family. Swindling the money from his boss, he keeps spending them for her. It’s a day left for New Year and his girlfriend wants him to buy couple passes for night party that costs Rs. 39, 999/-…. He is busy running around for the money.
A sex worker Saroja (Anushka) decides to cut and run from brothel house in a small town to Chennai and aspires to start her own business.
A music group (Bharath, Vega and others) are travelling to Chennai to attend an awards ceremony.
Unable to pay back the debts widowed mother (Saranya) has her son held as hostage by a Landlord. Along with father-in-law, she travels to Chennai to raise money by selling her kidney.
An innocent Muslim (Prakash Raj) is all set to fly down to Dubai for his job. But he has some bitter moments with police department.
With everyone here brimmed with their own dreams, they encounter each other as terrorists have plotted a severe bombing at Government Hospital.
What do you expect when we have a film made on combination of Yuvan-Nirav-Anthony? For sure, a top-notching sleek flick with a fabulous technical aspects and this one isn’t going to be an elision.
The film’s music will be released by second week of April and Dayanidhi Azhagiri is making sure of promoting it to the core.
Production: Cloud Nine Movies, Magic Box Pictures, VTV Productions
Star-casts: Silambarasan, Anushka, Bharath, Anushka, Saranya, Vega, Prakash Raj, Santhanam and others
Music: Yuvan Shankar Raja
Cinematography: Nirav Shah
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