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Aishwarya Rajesh's next, Thittam Irandu

The film will be directed by Yours Shamefully-fame Vignesh Kathik

Published: 07th May 2020

Aishwarya Rajesh, who was recently seen in Mani Ratnam's production, Vaanam Kottatum, will next be a part of a mystery thriller titled Thittam Irandu.

Produced by Dinesh Kannan of Sixer Entertainment and Vinod Kumar of Mini Studios, the film will be directed by Vignesh Kathick, who is known for his viral short film series. Yours Shamefully.

The first look of the film was released by Vijay Sethupathi on Twitter. The poster features an image of the Aishwarya embossed on a red coloured fingerprint in a piece of paper that is placed on what seems to be a cop's table. This is surrounded by pieces of evidence such as a photograph, a syringe, a cell phone, a walkie-talkie, a magnifying glass, a laptop, a gun and a holster. 

Aishwarya will be playing the lead in this film. The first schedule of Thittam Irandu has already been completed. The makers are planning to commence the second schedule post the lockdown.

Gokul Benoy of Monster and Mafia fame is handling the cinematography for Thittam Irandu. The film will have music by Sathish Raghunathan. 

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