Ranjith Musical Sound Mixing Completed

The team for director Pa Ranjith’s next film, Natchathiram Nagargiradhu, is busy with post-production work. It was recently announced that the team has completed the sound mixing and the Censor Board certificate is expected to arrive soon as the film prepares for an August 31 release. The film’s title has a unique tagline, “Love is political.”

Natchathiram Nagargiradhu features Dushara Vijayan, Kalidas Jayaram and Kalaiyarasan in the lead. The ensemble supporting cast includes Harikrishnan Shabeer Kallarkal, Vinoth, Subathra Robert, Regin Rose, Damu, Gnanaprasad, Vinsu Rachel Sam, Arjun Prabhakaran, Uthaiya Surya, Stephen Raj, Sherin Celin Mathew and Manisa Tait.

Taking to his social media page, Dushara, who had also starred in Ranjith’s Sarpatta Parambarai, wrote, “This is the date I’ve been waiting for and here it is #NatchathiramNagargiradhu starting August 31st in theaters. We are here to stay and shine on 🌟 Thank you @beemji sir, we owe you (sic).”

The film has music by Tenma, and the first single Rangarattinam, which was released recently, has already become a huge hit. The energetic dance number has the entire star cast dancing to the beats and what’s interesting is that the song also represents diversity and inclusion. Interestingly, Tenma had also composed the music for Ranjith’s short film Dhammam (Confession) which was released as part of SonyLIV’s latest anthology series, titled Victim, who’s Next?

It is said that although the film is a romantic musical, Ranjith will address the politics involved in certain types of love. The last time Ranjith did a romantic movie was Attakathi (2012), which starred Dinesh, Nandita Swetha and Aishwarya Rajesh in the lead.

The film has cinematography by Irandam Ulagaporin Kadisi Gundu’s Kishore Kumar and editing by Selva. The team recently announced that the film will hit screens on August 31st. Natchathiram Nagargiradhu is produced by Neelam Productions and Yaazhi Films.

The team for director Pa Ranjith’s next film, Natchathiram Nagargiradhu, is busy with post-production work. It was recently announced that the team has completed the sound mixing and the Censor Board certificate is expected to arrive soon as the film prepares for an August 31 release. The film’s title has a unique tagline, “Love is political.”

Natchathiram Nagargiradhu features Dushara Vijayan, Kalidas Jayaram and Kalaiyarasan in the lead. The ensemble supporting cast includes Harikrishnan Shabeer Kallarkal, Vinoth, Subathra Robert, Regin Rose, Damu, Gnanaprasad, Vinsu Rachel Sam, Arjun Prabhakaran, Uthaiya Surya, Stephen Raj, Sherin Celin Mathew and Manisa Tait.

Taking to his social media page, Dushara, who had also starred in Ranjith’s Sarpatta Parambarai, wrote, “This is the date I’ve been waiting for and here it is #NatchathiramNagargiradhu starting August 31st in theaters. We are here to stay and shine on 🌟 Thank you @beemji sir, we owe you (sic).”

The film has music by Tenma, and the first single Rangarattinam, which was released recently, has already become a huge hit. The energetic dance number has the entire star cast dancing to the beats and what’s interesting is that the song also represents diversity and inclusion. Interestingly, Tenma had also composed the music for Ranjith’s short film Dhammam (Confession) which was released as part of SonyLIV’s latest anthology series, titled Victim, who’s Next?

It is said that although the film is a romantic musical, Ranjith will address the politics involved in certain types of love. The last time Ranjith did a romantic movie was Attakathi (2012), which starred Dinesh, Nandita Swetha and Aishwarya Rajesh in the lead.

The film has cinematography by Irandam Ulagaporin Kadisi Gundu’s Kishore Kumar and editing by Selva. The team recently announced that the film will hit screens on August 31st. Natchathiram Nagargiradhu is produced by Neelam Productions and Yaazhi Films.

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