“Kanne Kalaimaane is not about farmers or agriculture” – Seenu Ramasamy clarifies
National award winning filmmaker Seenu Ramasamy had a great opening for his previous movie ‘Dharmadurai’, which was critically acclaimed and spanned decent collections too. “Even then, I didn’t have the doors opened by leading actors,” politely complains Seenu Ramasamy as many heroes weren’t ready to be showcased in realistic shades. “Initially, I had narrated a thriller script in rural backdrops to Udhayanidhi Stalin, which actually demanded a hefty physique from protagonist. It would have taken nearly 3-4 months for him to develop it. Since we had to start a project at earliest, we decided to go with Kanne Kalaimaane.” Just as the trailer gives an assumption that the movie could be about farming issues, Seenu Ramasamy settles down for a clarification. “Kanne Kalaimaane isn’t about farmers or agriculture, but it speaks about relationship between husband and wife. What happens when two people with straightforward nature,” says Seenu.
While the makers are planning to release the film in February, the audio composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja will be unveiled on January 24.