Very few films set in village back drop have managed to impress.If one is to go by the praise showered by lyricist Vairamuthu on Thenmerku Paruvakatru directed by Seenu Ramasamy(koodal nagar).Then there may be one more name waiting to be added to that list.
“Thenmerku Paruvakatru” directed by Seenu Ramasamy, comes like a breath of fresh air, against a backdrop of picturesque nature, in Theni district of Madurai, open to the cool winds of the North-west, the movie takes shape with the story of love, bonding and binding between mother and son. reliving the core cultural values of the Indian system, and rekindling the sentiments and emotions, which have almost been laid to rest, in the name of hi-fi living.
The lyricist, we hear, was moved to tears after catching the film at a special preview organised by the director. The lyricist is believed to have said that “he felt showers in his heart after watching this film, set in an arid land”. “If the film creates the same impact on the audiences too, its maker is sure to be celebrated as another Bharathiraja,” Vairamuthu said. Now, isn’t that a compliment that is bound to make any director happy?