Vijay Sethupathi and Vishnu Vishal’s long-pending film, Idam Porul Yaeval, was rumoured to hit the screens in July. Now, producer Subash Chandra Bose took to Twitter to clear the air regarding the film’s release.
Vishnu Vishal, Aishwarya Rajesh, Nandita Swetha and Vijay Sethupathi in Idam Porul Yaeval
Director Seenu Ramasamy’s Idam Porul Yaeval starring Vijay Sethupathi, Vishnu Vishal and Nandita Sweta has been lying on the shelves for several years now. Recently, rumours were doing the rounds that the film will release sometime in July.
However, producer Subhash Chandra Bose of Thirupathi Brothers production house, took to Twitter to deny the rumours. In a statement written in Tamil, the producer revealed that they will finalise the film’s release date after the theatres reopen in the country.
The press release is loosely translated as “We heard about the rumours regarding Idam Porul Yaeval going for a July release. I hereby state that Thirupathi Brothers hasn’t decided anything about the film’s release yet. Once the lockdown is lifted, we will hold discussions with distributors and announce the release date. Kindly do not believe any rumours till then.”
— Subash Chandra Bose (@itisbose) May 22, 2020
Idam Porul Yaeval’s shooting was wrapped up a couple of years ago and the film has been stuck due to various reasons. Ever since its inception, the film went through a lot of changes in terms of cast and title.
The film has music composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja and the five songs in the album have lyrics penned by Vairamuthu. Idam Porul Yaeval’s album officially hit the stands in 2014. But, before the release, the songs were leaked online by miscreants.
Idam Porul Yaeval’s supporting cast includes Aishwarya Rajesh, Vadivukarasi, Bala Saravanan, Aruldoss and Theepatti Ganesan in important roles.
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