Saattai Releasing September 19th

Saattai
Saattai
Saattai
Saattai

Following the astonishing victory of “Mynaa”, Prabhu Solomon and John Max produces “Saattai” on behalf of Shalom Studios.

Role snippets:
Samudrakani acts in this film as a teacher.
Swasika plays the role of his wife.
Yuvan acts as a youth hero.
Mahima plays his female counterpart.
Thambi Ramaiya acts as the villain.

After winning national award for his character role in Myna, director Anbazhagan and producers Prabhu Solomon-John Max has given him another good opportunity to bring out a negative role from him. Black Pandi, Prem, Junior Balaiya, his son Murali, Bavalakshmanan also adds strength to this film. Jeevan cinematographs the film.

Team snippets:
D.Imman composes the songs while Yugabharathi pens the lyrics.
Art Direction: Vairabalan
Edit: L.V.K. Doss
Stunts: M.K.Leen
Choreography: Nobel
Production manager: Shanmugasundaram
Producers: Prabhu Solomon and John Max
Story, Screenplay and Direction: M.Anbazhagan

Director M.Anbazhagan about “Saattai”: “The story of Saattai is a good seed. Whether a seed will either grow or die depends on the soil it is planted. I respect the consideration Prabhu Solomon and John Max gave to a good story. Prabhu Solomon considered me his student and gave me this opportunity. He also says that I have kept his name” We asked Prabhu Solomon about “Saattai”: “M.Anbazhagan is a gold medal winner in film school. The title “Saattai” seems to depict an action film, but it is not so. Any country’s wealth is based on its educational system.

There are both teachers without the sense of responsibility and students without knowledge of the value of education. Parents entrust their children believing the teachers. Teachers must know their responsibility. What children expect from their teachers is the central aspect of ‘Saattai’” Samudrakani plays the role of the teacher ‘Dhaya’ and Yuvan plays the role of the student. The producers express their pride in producing this film. The movie is finally set to release on September 19th.

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