Savarakathi Director Says That the Title Is Just a Nickname

A debut film for an auteur has its own toilsome responsibilities. Especially, when bringing in a couple of powerhouses to share the screen space, it is definitely like piling up tons of painstaking efforts. Such happens to be the case of filmmaker Aditya, who makes his directorial debut with the film ‘Savarakathi’, feels it more pleasure of wielding the megaphone for a film with iconic filmmakers like Ram and Mysskin in lead roles.

Both these filmmakers are known for their own orthodox style of filmmaking, where Ram is into his world of rustic reality-based drama trilogy – Kattradhu Tamizh, Thanga Meengal, and Taramani. On his part, Mysskin has been striding across the world of dark thrillers and intense dramas. But how about bringing them together to perform the role with hilarious shades?

Ask director G.R. Aditya and he says, “Breaking their prototyped paradigms was a challenge indeed. But what surprised me a lot is that both are inclined to humor in their real lives. This made me easier to translate the fictional characterizations into a much entertaining onscreen role. To be specific, the kind of body language that both Ram sir and Mysskin anna own will be like dancing.”

Getting to speak about the premise of this film, Aditya says, “The film is set against the backdrops of a single day from dawn till dusk. The film starts at a time frame of 6 a.m. and ends by evening 6 p.m. It involves a particular event, which itself will be something different to watch. We will see director Ram’s character running to save himself from something that is really dangerous. The script has its own package of tension, pace blended with action and humor. There will be realms of emotional quotients that will keep the audiences engrossed throughout the show.”