Subramaniapuram turned out to be a winner
despite competing with the biggies like Dasavathram
and Kuselan. This has proved that good films
will be welcomed by the audience irrespective
of the star cast.
The film was directed by the debutante director
Sasi Kumar who had also donned the greasepaint
for an important role in the film. Jai, the
hero of Subramaniapuram, proved his mettle
though it happened to be his second film.
The heroine Swathi's performance and naïve
looks won her accolades from all quarters.
Subramaniapuram is based on a relatively new
concept and the director was bold enough to
experiment in his very first film. The film
was based in Madurai, outlining the events
that occurred in the 1980s. The director's
perfectionism was evident from the minute
details that he took into consideration while
filming the scenes. He was careful to recreate
the 1980's Madurai and never missed out details
even in a single scene. All this has seen
to it that Subramaniapuram reach its 100th
day without any hitches.
We congratulate the team for this astounding