Trailer of Jyotika's ‘Magalir Mattum' released

Directed by National Film Award-winning filmmaker Bramma, the movie also stars Oorvasi, Bhanupriya and Saranya Ponvannan apart from a host of supporting artistes.

Published: 24th April 2017 01:59 PM  |   Last Updated: 24th April 2017 01:59 PM   |  A+A-

First look of 'Magalir mattum'

By IANS

CHENNAI: The trailer of Jyotika-starrer Tamil drama "Magalir Mattum" was released on Monday at the films audio launch here.

Directed by National Film Award-winning filmmaker Bramma, the movie also stars Oorvasi, Bhanupriya and Saranya Ponvannan apart from a host of supporting artistes.

Going by the trailer, it looks like a story of self-exploration of three women who get to live life their way once with the help of Jyotika's character.

In the movie, Jyotika plays a post-modernistic documentary filmmaker.

Talking about the project, Bramma had told IANS: "There are a lot of things about women that need to be spoken about. Women-centric subjects, in general, still remain unexplored and my film is an attempt to fill the vacuum. While it's not an out-and-out women's film but it does feature them in very strong characters."

Although it's a story about a few women, the director clarifies it's an equally important story about men.

"My film also stars actors such as Nassar, Livingston and Paval Navageethan. While the spotlight will fall on the women, men do play a crucial part in taking the story forward," he said.

The film is gearing up for release in May.
 



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