Starring: Veerasamar, Amala.
Music: Shajan Madhav
Production: F C S Creations
Money, one of the most important object in life. A man can be driven to do anything for his monetary needs. Veerasekaran tells the story of one such man who is taken into the world of crime and cruelty, all for the sake of money. The story begins with a young man coming to the city for his education. But, the city drives him to the streets. With no shelter, he ends up finding refuge at a place where no living being would like to be, the cemetery. But, he is soon ameliorated from his abject poverty and struggle by a wealthy individual who happens to see his condition. But, it is not for nothing that he has been adopted, he is used for the most brutal things. How it changes his life and that of others is what Veerasekaran is all about.
It is usual to see directors taking to acting, now to add to the list we have an art director tuning to acting. Veerasamar, who is known for his work in films like Kadhal and Veyil, plays the lead in Veerasekaran. Director Satish (story and screenplay) has said that even though there is a heroine, the film does not give much importance to love and related issues.
Since, a good portion of the story is set in cemetery grounds; those are the premises around which the film has been shot as well. It might well be the first Tamil film that has a major portion set in a cemetery.
Veerasamar has reportedly delivered a stellar performance in the lead role and is quite likely to catch the eye of the audience.
Expect a hard hitting depiction of what a man’s needs can make him do