Madras High Court orders stay on release of Selvaraghavan's Nenjam Marappathillai
The Madras High Court has ordered a stay on the release of the SJ Suryah-starrer in consideration of a case filed by Radiance Media Pvt Ltd
The release of Selvaraghavan's long-delayed film, Nenjam Marappathillai, has been pushed once again, and the film will not hit the screens this Friday as planned.
The SJ Suryah-starrer was initially slated for release in 2016, but met with multiple obstacles due to various production issues. Recently, Rockfort Entertainment had bagged the rights to release the film, and on February 8 this year, it was announced that the film would finally see the light of the day on March 5.
Now, the Madras High Court has ordered a stay on the release of the film in consideration of a case filed by M/s Radiance Media Pvt Ltd. The plaintiff had filed a case against Escape Artists Motion Pictures in the Madras High Court requesting the court to restrain the respondents from releasing the film.
Nenjam Marappathillai also stars Regina Cassandra and Nandita Swetha in the lead. It has music scored by Yuvan Shankar Raja, cinematography by Arvind Krishna, and editing by Prasanna GK.
Produced by Gitanjali Selvaraghavan, Siddhart Rao, and Anirudh Krishna, the film will be released under the banners of Escape Artists Motion Picture, Glo Studios, and Southside Studios.