A film on five teenagers

The audio launch of RMA Film Factory’s Sinthanei Sei was very different from the usual fare in Kollywood.

Published: 11th November 2008 01:17 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th May 2012 04:55 PM   |  A+A-


The audio launch of RMA Film Factory’s 'Sinthanei Sei' was very different from the usual fare in Kollywood. High on emotions, the function was a simple yet memorable one, Every dignitary on the dais was involved with the film or its makers in some way and their words seem to come from straight from the heart.

The trailor was launched by Action King Arjun who cut a ribbon before the huge vinyl hoarding was hoisted on stage. An intriguing trailor with no songs nor dialogues cast its spell on the audience who became curious to know what the film was all about. The music is set in the background of this film which has no songs picturised. Singers Rahul, Ranjit and Navin sang some songs from the album live for the audience.

The film is the debut direction of Yuvan who is also the hero and has done the story, screenplay and dialogue as well. The talented youngster is the brother of Amma Rajasekar, the renowned choreographer and also the  director of the Telugu hits Ranam, Khatarnak and Takkari. This film is now produced by the eldest brother of the duo, fight master Gilli Sekar, a respected figure amongst  Kollywood technicians. “I liked my brother’s story at once and we decided that we would produce it under our own home production, despite problems we faced,” said Sekar, who is the son of the late fight master Arumugham. The film studies the psychology of five teenagers who meet later in life and has action and love but depicted in a new way.

The three brothers grew very emotional on stage as the dignitaries heaped praise upon them. Actor Rajesh recalled how he knew the hardworking trio since childhood and was happy to be participating in their success. Actor Arjun was the man who gave Amma Rajasekar a big break after he had no work for five years. Arjun praised the efforts of the trio and stressed that only hard work and not any favour had helped Rajasekar. Bhoopathy Pandian, Dharini, T Siva, Venkat Prabhu and AM Ratnam were among those present. Venkat Prabhu recalled that music director Thaman had been a part of his music band years ago.

The music is by debutant Thaman S who is currently working on Eerum, Moscovin Kaveri and Aridu Aridu. The two heroines include Madhu and Darsha from Mumbai who were both present. With an intriguing trailor and some foot-tapping music, looks like Sinthanei Sei could well be the next small film to make it big in Kollywood.


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