Ilampuyal: Based on Tamil Spirit

Source: www.galatta.com
Prasanna Singh [July 11, 2008, 4:25:03 PM]

Ilampuyal is a film based on the famous the Tamil spirit – “Yathum Oorae, Yaavarum Kaylir” which literally means “every country is my country and every human is my relative.”

Figuratively, it means a human should bond with another human – with the same affection that comes naturally with consanguinity – irrespective of his or her caste, creed, nationality, or race. Broad ideas like these make Tamil culture stand out. This is the spirit of a true Tamizhan. This is the reason people from different states of India following different types of religion, having different castes, speaking different languages, find Tamil Nadu a safe and perfect place not only to live, but to flourish as well.

The film, with interesting and thrilling action sequences, is about two youngsters who live by this spirit and bring a change in the society by putting down an evil force. This fight has nothing to do with them, but they make it a point to fight it and conquer it.

The audio of this interesting film will be released on July 18, 2008 at Film Chamber, Anna Salai. The first audio CD will be released by Thol. Thirumaavalavan and received by director Ameer.

Another interesting fact about this film is its lead actor Vasanth, a well-educated musician, who was trained in a music school in London. Naturally, he is the music director of the film too. This is his first film as an actor and music director. The film’s female lead is Poornitha, a newcomer. The support cast comprises Karunas, Sriman, Sindhuraj, Ravi, and Suji Bala.

The story, screenplay and dialogues are by K.S. Durai, who is also the producer and director. Cinematography is by Kichchas. Editing is by Satish Kurosawa (yes, he is inspired by the legendary Akira Kurosawa).

The film’s music is out already in many states of America, in England, and in Malaysia. It had generated revenue of $1 million through the sales of the audio in these regions.

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