“Ammani is not a Women oriented film” : Lakshmy Ramakrishnan. Not all the time we come across films with strong content and powerful storyline…It is a must to say that the upcoming film ‘Ammani’, written and directed by Lakshmy Ramakrishnan and produced by Ven Govinda under the banner ‘Tag Entertainment’ is one such a film. ‘Ammani’ is the special bonding between two characters ‘Salamma’, 57 (played by Lakshmy Ramakrishnan) and ‘Ammani’, 82 (played by Subbalakshmi – Trisha’s granny in Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa). The 105 minutes running ‘Ammani’ has Nithin Sathya, Robo Shankar, George Mariyan, Sri Balaji, Rejin Rose, C Renukha and S Annam in the pivotal roles. Well-built with a bunch of talented technicians such as Cinematographer KR Imran Ahmedh, Music Director K, Editor KR Rejith, Art Director AS Raja, Lyricist Na Muthukumar and Dance Choreographer M Sherif, ‘Ammani’ is all set to hit the screens from 14th October, 2016.
“When I read the script of ‘Ammani’, I just felt like reading a novel. The script was that much interesting. ‘Ammani’ is something more than entertainment…” says Ven Govinda of ‘Tag Entertainment’, the Producer of ‘Ammani’ in an enthusiastic tone.
“Ammani is not a Women oriented film. It is related to everyone with a Universal concept. Normally People will think how there life has to be, but a women thinks how her death has to be… She is ‘Ammani’… I thank producer Ven Govinda for picking up such a strong script. I would like to dedicate our ‘Ammani’ to late Lyricist Na Muthukumar… He was simply the legend… His works in ‘Ammani’ were priceless. The New-Age-philosophical song, ‘Lifea Machan Machan oru Prepaid Phoneu…’ written by Na Muthukumar will speak about the facts of life…. We are quite sure that ‘Ammani’ will travel in the hearts of Audience very soon…” says Lakshmy Ramakrishnan, the Director of ‘Ammani’ in a confident tone.