Kannan has directed the movie which is a remake of acclaimed Malayalam film
Aishwarya Rajesh in a still from the film
Tamil movie buffs had mixed feelings when director Kannan announced that his next project would be the remake of acclaimed Mollywood film The Great Indian Kitchen. Aishwarya Rajesh was roped in to play the lead in the Kollywood version which has retained the same title.
The shooting of the project was wrapped up sometime ago, and makers had released a few posters of the movie. Rahul Raveendran will be seen essaying the character played by Suraj Venjaramoodu in the original version. An announcement on the film's release date is expected to happen soon.
The team has now announced that Zee5 has bagged its digital rights. Similarly, Zee Tamil and Sony Music have acquired its satellite and audio rights respectively. The songs from the movie are likely to be out soon. Jerry Silvester Vincent has composed music for the project while Balasubramaniem has cranked the camera.
Durgaram Choudhary and Neel Choudhary have bankrolled the movie which has editing by Leo John Paul and lyrics penned by Kabilan Vairamuthu. The Great Indian Kitchen is one among the half-a-dozen Tamil movies which Aishwarya currently has in her kitty.
Farhana, Theeyavar Kulaigal Nadunga, Driver Jamuna, Mohandas and Soppana Sundari are other Tamil projects of hers which are awaiting releases soon. Meanwhile, the long-delayed films Idam Porul Yaeval and Dhruva Natchathiram featuring her in crucial roles, are also said to be hitting the screens soon.
In an earlier chat with OTTplay, Aishwarya had opened up about the reason which made her sign the remake of The Great Indian Kitchen which garnered attention from film buffs across the country. According to her, it's the relevant theme and the need for the message in it to reach a wider audience made her say yes to the offer.