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Kaadhal Enbadhu Podhuudamai first look out

The film stars Lijomol, Rohini, Anusha, Deepa, Vineeth and Kalesh

Published: 05th October 2022

The first look poster of filmmaker Jayaprakash Radhakrishnan's Kaadhal Enbadhu Podhuudamai was released on Wednesday, marking the occasion of Dussehra.

The film stars Lijomol, Rohini, Anusha, Deepa, Vineeth and Kalesh.  Produced by Mankind Cinemas in association with Symmetry Cinemas and Nith's productions, Kaadhal Enbadhu Podhuudamai is presented by Jeo Baby, who is known for making films like The Great Indian Kitchen, Freedom Fight and Sree Dhanya. The title poster features a butterfly emerging from its chrysalis. The technical crew includes director of photography Sree Saravanan, music composer R Kannan and editor Dani Charles.

Jayaprakash made his debut with Lens, a bilingual hostage drama starring Anandsami and himself in the lead roles. The film revolving around voyeurism was released in Malayalam and Tamil, respectively in 2016 and 2017. Later, he went on to make The Mosquito Philosophy in 2019.

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