Nayanthara's 'Aramm' which was supposed to be released on September, was postponed several times due to various reasons, and is now, all slated to hit the screens tomorrow, November 10. Passing out with a clean "U" certificate from the censor test, the film is said to become the strongest women oriented film in South India in terms of social content.
In a time where, the world is striving towards equality and women rights, Tamil cinema has been slowly progressing towards the contribution. Many films, in the recent past has female actors as the protagonist, who in turn make an impact in the society through heavy characterisation. Like wise, Aramm starring Nayanthara as it's solo lead is said to become the strongest women oriented film in South India in terms of social content.
Directed by Gopi Nainar, Aramm is touted to be a society based movie with Nayanthara as a honest hard working, district collector. The film also features Ramesh and Vignesh of Kaaka Muttai fame in pivotal roles. Bankrolled by KJR Studios in association with Trident Arts, the makers are leaving no stones unturned and has made sure to promote the film as grandly as possible.
Ghibran as handled the music department, with Om Prakash of Neethaane En Ponvasantham fame as the cinematographer. Passing out with a clean "U" certificate from the censor test, Aramm is all set to hit the screens tomorrow, November 10.