If there could be something that would break the barriers of languages and boundaries and relentlessly win the global acclaims, the exemplification cannot get better than movies. Many movies irrespective of nationalities and diversified languages have managed to win our hearts; especially our own Tamil movies have emerged as global winners for carrying an exceptionally surpassing theme. On the dot, Jayam Ravi-Lakshmi Menon starrer ‘Miruthan’ has become the most celebrated film of this season for being nominated for official screening at Fantasia International Festival in Canada 2016.
Spearheading with an immense plot and grandeur visuals that came well packaged with amazing performance Jayam Ravi, Lakshmi Menon and other actors, ‘Miruthan’ became the South India’s first ever Zombie movie, which won the hearts of universal audiences.
Actor Jayam Ravi striding towards the pinnacle of success is so much elated over the film being selected for screening at a prestigious International Film Festival. He is so much in glee citing that Miruthan is indeed one and only Tamil film after Superstar Rajnikanth’s Enthiran to be screened at same festival based on global panorama of cinema. The tall and handsome actors also utters that such an international acclaim propels him and Sakthi Soundarajan to work harder and best for their upcoming film, which again is based on an unique genre.
Adding more to this celebratory season, Jayam Ravi extends his Mother’s Day wishes to each and every mother. Of course, his nobility of proving to be an epitome of wonderful son doesn’t limit to the screens alone, but in real life as well.
Miruthan is directed by Sakthi Soundarajan and is produced by S. Michael Rayappan of Global Infotainment.