They also revealed certain insights on the movie, stating that it talks about the farmers’ importance and their basic rights.
Mithun Manickam and Ramya Pandian are currently on cloud nine, for their much-awaited political and rural satire, Raame Aandalum Raavane Aandalum (RARA) has finally hit the digital screens. Currently streaming on Amazon Prime Video, the movie revolves around the disappearance of two bulls that were raised by the protagonist. The movie's leads recently shared their experience on working with the Soorarai Pottru star Suriya and generally, filming the movie.
According to a report on Pinkvilla, Ramya Pandian shared her initial experience on approaching the team of 2D Entertainment (Suriya and Jyothika’s production banner) who bankrolled the movie. She mentioned that she had given an audition for the movie and her performance was lauded by Suriya himself. Mithun Manickam said RARA is a miracle for him, for he had a five-year previous experience with the production house as a marketing employee. He talked about how the director of the movie, Arisil Moorthy liked his performance.
They even shed light on the other two protagonists in RARA; the two bulls who were named Karuppan and Velliyan in the movie. Ramya mentioned that bulls were treated as family members by farmers in villages, which they tried to bring out in the movie. In lieu of this, Mithun jokingly stated that his character would get enraged if his bulls are not addressed properly by their respective names.
Talking about RARA’s impact on the audience, Mithun and Ramya quoted, “Not just emotions, this movie will also tell farmers about their basic rights towards the government.” They also shared their dismay on RARA skipping its theatrical release but are nevertheless excited for its digital premier on Amazon Prime Video, as this would reach a much wider audience, worldwide.