AR Murugadoss produced Raja Rani is all set to appear before audience this Friday (September 27). With Arya and Nayantara in the cast, the movie has generated a huge hype and the success of the combo's earlier flick Boss Engira Bhaskaran have made people to eagerly await for the movie to hit the screens.
It is said that half battle is won for a movie if it could impress audience with trailers and promotional activities. For this movie, the opening teaser came as a blessings as it became a big hit. People from different age groups liked the teaser and the whole cine fraternity was raving the video clip. More importantly, the Bollywood men noticed it and had good words about the flick.
With this, Raja Rani got good opening and since then, the movie has been in the news for all good reasons. Arya and Nayantara play the role of husband and wife in the upcoming Tamil flick. It is all about their day-to-day problems and ego clashes. How they sort out their differences and will their be a permanent solution for all the issues in a marriage, form the storyline.
Raja Rani is directed by Atlee Kumar, a former assistant of maverick director Shankar. Continue reading the preview on the slideshow...
Atlee's Idea Impresses Murugadoss
His idea impressed the Thuppakki creator and soon they were game to make the project happen.
The cast was also finalised as Arya and Nayantara had complete confidence in the script. Sathyaraj, Jai, Nazriya Nazim and Santhanam were roped in to play key roles in the movie.
Santhanam Has A Special Role
It has to be noted that Santhanam has not played a usual comedian role. Indeed, he will be seen in a bigger role in Raja Rani.
According to the makers, Santhanam will also have emotional scenes apart from rib-tickling comedy scenes.
GV Prakash Kumar has composed seven tracks for Raja Rani. 'A love for life', 'Imaye imaye', 'Angnyaade' and 'Hey baby' have become hits.
George C Williams has handled the cinematography department. His work is visible in the trailers.
Raja Rani has bagged clean 'U' certificate from the Regional Censor Board. Meanwhile, the movie has started getting rave reviews from industry insiders.