Saba Nayagan, starring Ashok Selvan, is a romantic comedy that was supposed to be released in theatres on December 15
Tamil actor Ashok Selvan's Saba Nayagan, which was supposed to be released in theatres this weekend, has been postponed by a week. It will now be released on December 22. The actor took to his social media handle to share the new release date, citing the wreckage by cyclone Michaung in Chennai and surrounding areas as the reason behind the delay. Directed by CS Karthikeyan, Saba Nayagan is a romantic comedy that also stars Megha Akash, Karthika Muralidharan and Chandini Chowdary.
Ashok Selavn announces new release date for Saba Nayagan
Ashok, who plays the titular character in the film, took to his social media page to share a video announcing the new release date of Saba Nayagan. The post accompanying the video read, “My Dear Makkalay, due to the cyclone flood which led to post production and certification delay, Saba Nayagan has been pushed to the 22nd of this month. See you in the theatres soon”.
Cast and crew of Saba Nayagan
Saba Nayagan stars Mayilsamy, Michael Thangadurai, Udumalai Ravi, Arun Kumar, Jaiseelan Sivaram, Sriram Krish, Sherlin Seth, Viviyasanth, Akshaya Hariharan and Tulasi Shivamani in supporting roles.
The film’s music has been scored by Leon James, who had previously worked with Ashok Selvan in Oh My Kadavule. Balasubramaniam, Dinesh Purushothaman and Prabhu Rhagav have cranked the camera for the movie, while Ganesh Siva is in charge of the editing. The comedy entertainer is bankrolled by Iyappan Gnanavel's I Cinema Productions.
Ashok Selavn on working in Saba Nayagan
Ashok is once again experimenting with a rom-com, one that he is excited about. In an interview, the actor revealed that Saba Nayagan is a film that evokes a community experience. “We have tried to evoke a particular emotion in a fun and entertaining film. It is a film that college students can watch, enjoy and have fun with. It is a community-watching experience. It is not like a Por Thozhil, where you had to concentrate on the details of each frame,” the actor explained.