Meen Talks Thru Talkie Poster

Published: 16th June 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th June 2015 10:24 PM   |  A+A-


Meen, an upcoming Tamil socio-mystery thriller, has released a talkie motion picture on the Internet.

Its director Hari Baskaran Rathnam, who was formerly associated with director Tharani, came up with the creative idea to attract visibility on a social platform.

This talkie motion poster is being tagged as India’s first ever. Unlike motion posters that have a poster design with a background music, this one has voices in addition, and music by GV Prakash, who is also the composer of the film. Kabilan Vairamuthu, who will be handling the dialogues and lyrics, has written the dialogues for the voices in the talkie poster. The purpose of the poster is to reveal the title of the film, and to introduce two major characters through their dialogues. The first face is portrayed as more psychological and the second face more socio-political. The entire story and screenplay of Meen is based on high-end investigative journalism. There is multi-dimensional love throughout the screen script.

The makers believe that music and dialogues are two pillars for any film and even more significant for a psychological thriller. The film will have a surprising star cast to be revealed shortly. Meen is being jointly produced by Citram Screens and White Horse International. Hari Baskaran and team are planning their first schedule in August. Film promotions are taking all kind of avatars, thanks to the rocket-speed progress in technology. After posters, trailers and teasers, a motion poster for a film is a recent effort — but not so recent any more.

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