Kunguma Poovum Konjum puraavum Movie Preview
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Starring: Ramakrishna, Dharshana
Direction: Rajmohan
Music: Yuvan Shankar Raja
Production: Capital Film Works
The film, inspired from the immortal lines of an evergreen song, Kunkuma Poovum Konjum Puravum, hits screens this Friday. The title is instantly attractive and raises our curiosity about the content of the film. Kunkuma Poovum Konjum Puravum refers to the lead pair. Kunkuma Poo describes a boy whose nature is soft and mellow and Konjum Pura tells us about a girl who is the ideal pair for the boy. You would have got the idea by now - it is a
  Kunguma Poovum Konjum puraavum
simple and cute love story set in a suburb where modernity is yet to make its first impact. Produced under the banner of Capital Film Works by SPB Charan, who has built a reputation for good cinema, the film is directed by Rajamohan, a former assistant of Rajakumaran and A. Venkatesh.

The cast is full of new faces, but not of the usual kind. That is to say though the persons starring in the film will be seen on-screen for the first time, they are not new to cinema. The lead male is being played by Ramakrishnan, an assistant of Cheran, Tharun an assistant of director Tarun Gopi plays the antagonist and at least eight other assistant directors have found a place in the cast of the movie, even spot boys will be seen in significant roles. The ideology is that people who are constantly involved with cinema and are in love with the medium will certainly be able to do much more justice to a role than a rank newcomer, the only exception to this being the heroine Dharshana, who is a medical student.

The film will not be a regular commercial fare with the usual hero-heroine duets, loud villains and other such elements. In fact, it would be appropriate to say that Kunkuma Poovum Konjum Puravum has neither a hero nor a villain. Everyone is only a character in the story, just like in real life. The film has taken Tamil cinema back to the region of Muttam where unforgettable flicks like Alaigal Oyvathillai had been shot. The place had not been in favor of film makers for some time now.

Camera has been handled by Siddharth. Yuvan Shankar Raja is said to have forsaken all modern facilities and gone in for full live orchestras with instruments with a local flavor to bring out a stirring score apt for the film’s setting.

The trailer has shown the lead pair as school goers, which suggests that this should be a teen love story. Interesting! But, what one cannot understand is why the posters of the film have shown a very old man and woman. We will know this Friday.
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