Sathish backs out of wrong Galli, returns to his fold
The actor-producer takes his latest movie’s bad show in stride and focuses on next two Rama Kadige Hoda and Ayogya
Sathish Neenasam has decided to put his latest film Tiger Galli, which disappointed moviegoers, behind him and has decided to be part of only well-thought-out projects henceforth.
The actor, who is waiting for the release of Chambal, has just one song shoot left for Godhi. But, what has him excited are his next two films that have storylines which could take him back to his earlier glory.
To begin with, Sathish will start shooting for Rama Kadige Hoda, a comedy thriller. A couple of factors make this project interesting. First, this will be the second film from Sathish’s home banner, after Rocket, to have two young directors. The actor and producer has decided to rope in Vicky and Vinay to helm this film.
Sathish says, “I was not satisfied with my debut productional venture Rocket, and, as I said, I want to stick with my-kind-of-films and what will appeal to the audience. It is rare to have two directors for a film. But, these two have proved their talent with an online show Natti Factory, and that is how they caught my attention. I hope they will come to be a well-known team like Abbas-Mastan in Bollywood.”
Rama Kadige Hoda will have music by Mithun Mukundan and cinematography by Preetha. Sathish has also roped in Adarsh, who designed the posters for Lucia.
The actor-producer says that this film will not be told in the regular format, and will be an experiment after Lucia. “To describe the film in one line, it will be a new version of Ramayana, for today's generation,” he says. “The film will include a few elements from the epic. We want it to be more a contemporary take.”
Sathish will simultaneosuly start work on Mahesh’s Ayogya. “A few issues had to be sorted before the film went on floors,” he says. “Finally, Crystal Park Cinemas has taken over the film and this will another interesting project in my kitty.”
About his Tamil debut, he says, “It will begin only early next year and then I will have more details to share about it”.