Arulnithi is happy the way his Chimbudevan’s Oru Kanniyum Moonu Kalavaanikalum has shaped out. The film is releasing today in nearly 250 screens in Tamil Nadu.
Arulnithi is one of the few young actors who have made an impression in Tamil cinema. He had the privilege of working in few good films like the critically acclaimed Mounaguru which also became a sleeper hit. Today (April 4) his fifth film, Oru Kanniyum Moonu Kalavaanikalum directed by Chimbudevan releases.
Arul is a very private guy who doesn’t like to tom-tom about his film but with an infectious smile he admits that OKMK is a fun ride, quirky and simple- about a kidnap drama with plenty of humour. Says Arulnithi : “I realised that I need to work with people who are equally passionate about the project. Everyone connected to my film should make money at the end of the day”
About releasing the film along with Maan Karate, he says: “We sold the film to JSK Film corporation on first copy basis and it was their call to freeze a release date. If we had left April 4 date, then the film has to be pushed to next month and I have my next film Naalu Polisum Nallairuntha Oorum coming up for release on May 28. So a one-month gap was needed”
Arulnithi is all geared up for Oru Kanniyum Moonu Kalavaanikalum and we hope the film soars high at the box-office.
Is he anxious about Oru Kanniyum Moonu Kalavaanikalum release? He chuckles: “I am tensed on the day my film releases, but like I told you this film is strong in content, no cinematic heroism or no punch lines! Chimbudevan is a director, who has a minimum guarantee at the box-office”