PG Muthiah to produce India's first stereoscopic 3D horror film
A source close to the film's unit states that Anjali will play the titular role in the film
Cinematographer PG Muthiah of Poo and Settai fame turned producer with Raja Manthiri, Peechankai and Madura Veeran. The latter also marked his directorial debut. Muthiah is now back as a producer for a film titled Lissa.
Muthiah says, "Lissa will be the country's first-ever stereoscopic 3D horror film shot in Helium 8K resolution. After My Dear Kuttichathan, there weren't many films made in Tamil that employed the use of 3D technology. Even though there have been films such as Haunted in Bollywood, we are the first to use Helium cameras in a horror film. This is the same camera used for Rajinikanth's 2.0 as well."
The heroine of this film, directed by Raju Viswanath, is expected to be announced tomorrow evening. A source close to the film's unit states that Anjali, who was seen in Friday's release Kaali, will play the titular role. While Santhosh Dhayanidhi has been roped in to handle the music, Gowtham is on board as the editor.