The film marks the first collaboration of Jyotika and Sasikumar
The long and derailed wait for the upcoming Jyotika and Sasikumar starrer Udanpirappe is over. It is set to come out soon and fans are excited to catch their beloved stars portraying the roles of caring siblings on screen. The upcoming rural-drama is also bound to provide a wholesome family entertainer at the comfort of our homes.
Does Udanpirappe mark the first movie of Jyotika and Sasikumar acting together?
Jyotika and Sasikumar joined hands for the first time in making the rural-drama, where they will be portraying the roles of brother and sister. As the title suggests, Udanpirappe (my sibling) will feature Sasikumar as the older brother of the 36 Vayadhinile star.
Is this the first time that Jyotika will be donning a rustic avatar?
Udanpirappe also marks the first time where the Kushi star will be playing the role of a full-on village belle. According to an Indian Express report, she also revealed that she was inspired by her mother-in-law to get into the shoes of her character. She even mentioned that the latter’s roots extend to her family members who still live in their native villages around Coimbatore. She revealed that it was a character which she never attempted before. We will see the star paired up opposite Samuthirakani, as on-screen husband and wife in the movie.
How is the character of Sasikumar brought out in Udanpirappe?
According to the recent trailer of the movie, Sasikumar portrays the role of Vairavan who believes that justice should be served, no matter what. He often seems to clash with his brother-in-law, Sargunam (Samuthirakani) who is a stickler for the law and who believes that law will take its course. Sasikumar revealed in an interview with The News Minute that the story of the upcoming rural drama appealed to him and had trust in the movie’s director Era Saravanan who delivers authenticity to the movie.
When and where is Udanpirappe releasing?
Don’t forget to catch the upcoming rural-drama Udanpirappe on Amazon Prime on October 14, tomorrow.