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Mysskin praises Maamanithan, thanks Seenu Ramasamy for making it 

Earlier, Rajinikanth, director Bharathiraja and Shankar also praised the film

Published: 27th June 2022

Director Mysskin has praised Vijay Sethupathi's latest family drama Maamanithan and conveyed his thanks to Seenu Ramasamy.

He tweeted a statement in Tamil which said, "My thanks to Seenu Ramasamy. In every common man's life, a storm called fate breaks in sometimes. In the story of Maamanithan, Radhakrishnan, a common man's life is broken by a moron. Radhakrishnan runs away. The people he meets and the incidents that happen to him, on this path make him a complete human again. He becomes a 'great man'."

He added, "This loving piece of art has been made in a simple manner. This film refines and enhances my thoughts. It adds meaning to my life. I convey thanks from the bottom of my heart to Seenu Ramasamy for making this amidst masala and namesake films."

Apart from Vijay Sethupathi, Maamanithan also stars Gayathrie, KPAC Lalitha, Guru Somasundaram and Shaji Chen. The film's cinematography and editing were handled by M Sukumar and A Sreekar Prasad, respectively.

Earlier, Rajinikanth, director Bharathiraja and Shankar also praised the film. 

Mysskin last made Psycho in 2020, starring Udhayanidhi Stalin, Nithya Menen and Aditi Rao Hydari. He also made a cameo appearance in Bachelor (2021) starring GV Prakash Kumar. Mysskin is currently awaiting the release of his horror film Pisaasu 2, a sequel to the 2014 film of the same name. It has Andrea Jeremiah in the lead role. 

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