Writer-director Devan Jayakumar’s Valatty - Tale of Tails, featuring voices of Roshan Mathew, Soubin Shahir and Sunny Wayne, will start streaming on Disney+Hotstar from November 7
Malayalam adventure comedy Valatty - Tale of Tails, written and directed by Devan Jayakumar, is all set to make its OTT debut on Disney+ Hotstar tomorrow (November 7). As the title suggests, the film is about dogs, featuring voices of actors Roshan Mathew, Soubin Shahir and Sunny Wayne, among others.
Released in the theatres on July 21, the story of Valatty revolves around a group of dogs, with Tomy (the Golden Retriever) and Amalu (the Cocker Spaniel) taking the lead roles. Despite the pet owners’ disapproval, these two dogs fall in love with each other and then run away together. The plot unfolds through a series of adventures, as the two central characters journey alongside other animals and humans they meet on their way. The film is bankrolled by Vijay Babu of Friday Film House.
Here are five reasons you must watch Valatty - Tale of Tails on OTT:
Valatty is said to be the first Indian film to feature real dogs as actors, without using VFX. This innovative approach has offered some really good performances from the characters, making the film a compelling watch
Talented voice cast
With talented actors like Roshan Mathew, Raveena Ravi, Soubin Shahir, Sunny Wayne, Saiju Kurup and Aju Varghese lending their voice to the film’s characters, audiences can expect some entertaining performances. The actors have made a different approach with modulating their voices and channelling their characters in an interesting way.
With the unique storytelling, direction and production design of the film, Valatty stands out as a complete entertainment package in terms of comic delivery, editing and cinematography. The tale of romance and adventure between Tomy and Amalu is sure to provide a great movie experience.
Although Valatty was initially intended to be a kids film, it has a few graphic details relating to animal abuse that could be disturbing to some. That aside, Valatty explores the themes of love, relationships and societal barriers. The emotional depth of the story adds a special layer to the movie, making it more than just a simple comedy entertainer.
The movie takes audiences on an adventurous journey, as Tomy and Amalu decide to elope, leading to a series of humorous and heartwarming instances. Valatty keeps it simple and connected with the audiences, making the film a cinematic treat to all the pet parents out there.