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Parthiban shares the making video of Iravin Nizhal; the literal representation of no pain, no gain

The film is said to be the world's first single shot non-linear film

  • Team OTTplay

Last Updated: 01.50 PM, Jul 23, 2022

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Parthiban shares the making video of Iravin Nizhal; the literal representation of no pain, no gain
A still from Iravin Nizhal/Twitter

Actor-director Parthiban has shared the making video of his latest release, Iravin Nizhal. The film, which is claimed as the world's first single shot non-linear film, released recently and opened to mixed reviews. Though the film's technical finesse was lauded by many, the film's plot didn't really go down well with the women folk as there were many insensitive comments about rape.

Sharing the making video on his social media page, Parthiban wrote, "Happy to share a glimpse of our path breaking effort: the ‘Making’ of Iravin Nizhal; the literal representation of no pain, no gain. https://youtu.be/BJwvOTRuFN @arrahman @theVcreations @akiraproductio2 @iravin_nizhal @musiconDhwani @GenauRanjith @RVijaimurugan @ArthurWisonA (sic)." 

The film directed by Parthiban has the actor playing the lead in it. He has also written the script and screenplay. The supporting cast includes Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, Robo Shankar, Priyanka Ruth, Brigida Saga and Anandha Krishnan. Arthur A Wilson has handled cinematography for the film, while AR Rahman has scored the music. While Oscar-winning sound mixer Craig Mann has handled the sound editing, Cottalango Leon has handled the VFX. 

In an interview to OTTplay, Parthiban had said, " I always try to experiment with things, and that has been my only constant, ever since Pudhiya Padhai. A single shot can be used to tell any story, but I have figured out a way to tell a non-linear story in such a format using a new technique.”

Iravin Nizhal marks the maiden collaboration between Rahman and Parthiban. Though the duo were supposed to come together for a film titled Yelelo, it didn't materialise. Rahman had later revealed that Parthiban's passion for filmmaking and the unique way in which the film is made, made him get on board. The film entered the Asia Book of Records and India Book of Records for being the first Asian non-linear single-shot film.

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