The perception of LOVE changes in accordance to the changing seasons. From the most esthetical scenarios to the contemporary situations, it has been going through different dimensions. The film ‘Devadas Brothers’ is a taken on such circumstances of how ‘LOVE’ is perceived by youngsters in 2015, their approach, the level of understanding about the beautiful relationship…
Dhruvva is playing the main protagonist and with all the sources from shooting claiming that, it’s obvious that he is sure to scale great heights in the world of showbiz. Such is the grandeur in budget and production rendered by Extra Entertainment.
Having gained immensely spread knowledge of filmmaking from eminent filmmakers like Sargunam, Aishwarya Rajesh and Velraj, K Janaki Raman makes his maiden debut with this film. The film has an ensemble star-cast of Dhruvva, Bala Saravanan, Ajay Prasad, ‘Madras’ fame Hari Krishnan playing the lead roles followed by SHANJITHA SHETTY, newcomers Shilpa Shetty, Deepthi Manne and Aara to be seen in female lead characters. Not to miss the most rib-tickling personalities – Mayilsamy and Robo Shankar guaranteeing you unlimited laughter-riot.
The film is set in backdrops of four different locations – KK Nagar, Yaanai Kavuni, Besant Nagar and Tanjore, where the main protagonists dwell and the story traverses through the lives of these people belonging to different societal strata in accordance to the tale of love.
Shedding lights on some beautiful and unconventional moments while shooting the film, director K Janaki Raman utters, “While the story of this film belongs to a unique panorama, such was the experience while canning the project. It was really a pleasant and enjoyable moment to shoot the film across the busy laden lanes of Yaanai Kavuni that came blended with some experiences of issues and complications. We have shot the film with thousands of dwellers in Yaanai Kavuni and there were times, when few used to barge into the sets asking for money. It’s my first film and I had to get it done smoothly with the budget allotment of producers. Of course, it’s an impeccable nature that every new filmmaker should possess and such bleak scenarios hamper our creativities and work. Maybe, the experienced filmmakers would know the formulae to tackle such complex situations. But for newcomers like us, it’s really a devastating moment and this shouldn’t happen to any others in near future. Directors Union and producers council should definitely intervene into these issues and bring forth a commendable decision in sorting it out. The way of comfortableness should be paved with the associations and unions from film fraternity approaching Government to impose strict rules.
Even we have paid the wholesome bill seeking the permission to shoot in certain locations and why should let ourselves break the laws. But we are privileged to have the residents of this locale offering us best support in letting things go smoothly. Perhaps, this might not happen all the time for other projects shot.
The film has a promising bunch of technicians that include M.C. Ganesh Chandra(Cinematography) of ‘Salim’ fame, Dharan Kumar (Music) of Poda Podi Naaigal Jaakirathai fame, Kuttram Kadithal fame Prem (Art), Yugabharathi (Lyrics) ‘Velai Illa Pattadhaari’ fame M.V. Rajesh Kumar (Editing).
The film is produced by V Madhiyazhagan and R Ramya under the banner of Extra Entertainment and major portions of shoot has already been wrapped up and more announcements audio and theatrical release will be made shortly.