Starring: Jeeva, Poonam Bajwa, JD Chakravarthy, Vadivelu.
Music: D Imman
Production: Super Good Films
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Kacheri Aarambam movie trailer
The ‘commercial’ never goes out of vogue and Kacheri Aarambam is out to prove that. Jeeva is coming out with yet another no-holds-barred entertainer, the kind he took up since 2008, starting with Thenavattu and followed up with SMS in 2009. We don’t know if he has left the hard-hitting offbeat genre behind him, ;
R.B. Choudhary and Super Good Films are names associated with neat and clean family entertainers. But, this time, a different route has been chosen in the form of Kacheri Aarambam. It will be a departure of sorts for the production house from familiar territory.
Starring Jeeva and Poonam Bajwa (coming together after Thenavattu), the movie is, as the trailers would have suggested already, an unapologetic entertainer with all commercial ingredients. There is going to be loads of fun on screen. And, that is as much as the director Thiraivanna was willing to reveal. J.D. Chakravarthy, the understated and stone-faced
Kacheri Aarambam villain from Sarvvam, will be playing the lead competitor in the movie. This time, he won’t be calm, quiet and menacing; he will be outspoken, loud and reckless, like a true Kollywood commercial villain. It will be interesting to see how this kind of a role suits him.
Comedy is going to be one major ingredient of this Kacheri . And, a new comic pairing is being tried on screen this time. Jeeva has proved his eye and timing for comedy with artistes like Vivek, Santhanam and Ganja Karuppu, but his toughest test might be this one, a pairing with Vadivelu. The combination has reportedly worked extremely well and is sure to bring the house down. Vadivelu is said to have taken special efforts to ensure that the comic scenes are topnotch. The prediction is that the Vadivelu-Jeeva combination might gain as much mileage as the famous Vadivelu-Parthiban combo. Let’s see.
Music for Kacheri has been composed by D Imman and the focus seems to be undeniably on fun and energy. Technically too there are things to watch out for in Kacheri . One song has been shot with the ‘1000 frames’ technique which will consist of 1000 individual frames in one second. This technology is supposed to increase clarity, resolution and capture even the slightest movements. This technology has never been used before in Indian cinema and it sure will be interesting to watch the results. Let’s hope that this Kacheri rocks. Let the kacheri begin.