Kollywood’s Happy Days from August 20

August 2nd, 2010 - 8:11 pm ICT by Sampurn Wire  

August 2, 2010 (Sampurn Wire): Following the grand success of Mozhi, Vellithirai, and Abhiyum Naanum, actor-producer Prakash Raj is back in Kollywood producing the film Inidhu Inidhu. The film’s music release function was held yesterday (August 1) in Chennai that was attended by the film’s crew and technicians. Bollywood choreographer Pony Verma was also present for the occasion. Prakash Raj, who is well-known for introducing talented actors and technicians, has followed the same traits in this film as well.

As known earlier, the film is a remake of yesteryear Telugu blockbuster Happy Days directed by Shekar Kammula. Addressing the special invitees gathered for the audio launch of Inidhu Inidhu, Prakash Raj said that he was spellbound over the musical score of Mickey J. Meyer for Happy Days, which urged him to watch few clippings before the release itself.

Adding more, Prakash Raj said, “Soon after watching few clippings, I was pretty sure that it would be a great hit and of course just as I predicted, the film turned out to be a blockbuster. Indeed, I wanted to acquire the remake rights much before its release…”

Set in backdrops of college, Inidhu Inidhu is a sang-froid entertainer laced with fun, frolic, emotions, friendship, love, and sentiments.

The film is directed by cinematographer-turned-filmmaker K.V. Guhan and is produced by Prakash Raj under the banner of Duet Movies.

Since the film if focalized on the theme of friendship, Prakash Raj purposely released the music yesterday (August 1) as it marked the occasion of Friendship Day.

The film is scheduled to hit screens on August 20 with more prints.

– R. Richard Mahesh /Sampurn Wire

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