“Taramani was a very emotionally draining film” Andrea Jeremiah

It takes not just a bold actress but also an intelligent one to take up a movie like ‘Taramani’. Ram’s directorial, produced by JSK film corporations, a Yuvan’s musical, this movie has multi takented Andrea playing the female lead, the character which has received amazing response among the audience even in the movie’s teasers.

“Director Ram keeps things as raw & real as possible.”

Speaking about ‘Taramani’ Andrea says, “Initially Ram sir met me a few times, and ‘Taramani’ just fell into place. At the time, it didn’t occur to me that I was playing a ‘bold’ character. Going by the audience reaction, I’d have to say my character in the film seems a lot more bold than I thought!!! Ram sir gave me the space to bring my own energy & body language to the role. Taramani was a very emotionally draining film for me. I enjoy working with people who respect me as an artist and respect my time, and Ram sir did both. More than anything, I love his approach to film-making. He keeps things as raw & real as possible. Ram sir is a director who engages his actors in discussions rather than giving instructions, so there is a lot of give & take on set. I loved ‘Taramani”s script because I personally think the male & female roles have changed dramatically in the past few decades. Men are no longer the breadwinners, a lot more women are working too. And financial independence for a woman is a HUGE thing,So I guess men are still figuring out their new roles in our lives. I guess the male ego has taken a beating because of it