Vidhi Madhi Ultaa: A fantasy comedy thriller in the offing

Vijay Balaji, former assistant to AR Murugadoss, is currently working on a film titled Vidhi Madhi Ultaa, which has Janani Iyer of Avan Ivan (2011) fame and Rameez Raja (who was seen in Darling-2) in the lead.

Published: 17th September 2016 04:35 AM  |   Last Updated: 17th September 2016 04:35 AM   |  A+A-

Vijay Balaji, former assistant to AR Murugadoss, is currently working on a film titled Vidhi Madhi Ultaa, which has Janani Iyer of Avan Ivan (2011) fame and Rameez Raja (who was seen in Darling-2) in the lead.

Vijay says, “It’s a fantasy comedy thriller with quirky elements. The story conveys how our lives are full of ups and downs. What is expected to happen will take place, but the unexpected ones also happen. The film deals with such thoughts. The heroine’s character will have dual shades and this is the first time Janani is attempting something of this sort.”

A fantasy comedy.jpgThe director adds, “There is a proverb in Tamil — vidhiyai madhiyal vellalam — which means one can win over destiny by knowledge. When life turns topsy-turvy, can this philosophy really help. The film loosely deals and explores questions like these.”

The crew has been busy shooting in and around Chennai, Puducherry and Kerala, with Daniel Balaji, Karunakaran, Chithra Lakshmanan and professor Ku Gnanasambandham in important roles.

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