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Vamsi Krishna's role is major highlight of Jai's Yenni Thuniga: Director Vettriselvan

Director of Jai's upcoming film Yenni Thuniga shares details about the upcoming suspense thriller

Published: 27th December 2020
Vamsi Krishna and Jai

We have earlier reported that Jai and Athulya Ravi, who acted together in Capmaari, is again joining hands for the film Yenni Thuniga. SK Vettriselvan, an erstwhile assistant of director Vasantha and cinematographer Ravi K Chandran, is making his debut with the film. As the film's shooting is in its tail, the director shares interesting details about the action-thriller. 

"So, far it has been an exciting journey. We shot in made place across Tamil Nadu and Chennai, and a significant portion was shot in the US. We have shown many interesting parts of the California; there is a sequence just below the popular Hollywood signboard." he shares. 

Actor Vamsi Krishna, who will be locking horns with Jai in the film, is another highlight of the movie, says the director. "After a long audition, we thought Vamsi is the perfect fit for the role. He will be playing a rich and formidable character. We imported all of his costumes from the US to get the look I had envisioned for the role," he says. 

On the other hand, Jai will be playing a middle class IT employee, who gets into trouble after a brawl with the villain. "It is a story of a normal guy put in an extraordinary situation and what it takes for him to win it," the director reveals. 

The makers are stubborn that Yenni Thuniga will only have a theatrical release, which will be in the first quarter of 2021. 

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