Dialing No.1 with three young men

Dialing No.1 with three young men
Dialing No.1 with three young men
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“A flat promoter (Attakathi Dinesh), an idle guy (Nakul) with devil may care attitude and a call taxi driver (Satish). Hailing from different backdrops with their own dreams and intentions, they are bound to a critical situation on a particular day in Chennai. What brings them together changing their purpose of life forever becomes the basic premise of this film,” says director Ramprakash Rayappan, who makes his maiden venture with Tamizhukku En Ondrai Azhuthavum.

“Getting a chance to narrate the script was indeed a huge challenge as many producers didn’t give a heed to it. Finally, I am happy that producer Chandran banked all his hopes on me and made this project possible. This film has a mix of thriller, fantasy, suspense, romance, comedy and emotions, which will earnestly offer its course of entertainment to the universal audiences. With ‘Vallinam’, Nakul had proved to be a matured performer and this film will take him to the next level,” tots up Ramprakash while shedding lights on this film acquired by Udhayanidhi Stalin’s Red Giant Movies hitting screens tomorrow (February 20).

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