The film, which is helmed by CS Amudhan, is said to be a crime drama
Vijay Antony in a poster of Raththam
It looks like Vijay Antony's upcoming film, Raththam, which is helmed by CS Amudhan, is gearing up to hit screens as planned on October 6. The film, which is billed as a crime drama, revolves around a political-criminal nexus that controls and influences the lives of people.
Vijay Antony bereaved
Vijay Antony's 16-year-old daughter Meera died by suicide at her residence on Tuesday (September 19) morning. She was said to be suffering from depression. Vijay Antony released a poignant statement last evening, in which he wrote in Tamil, which translates to, "To all the lovely people, my daughter Meera was affectionate and courageous. She is now in a better place, devoid of caste and religious discrimination, money, envy, pain, and malice."
His letter added, "She continues to talk to me. I have started spending time with her. Hereafter, she will initiate all the good things that I will undertake."
No change in Raththam release plan
After his irreplaceable loss, it was said that his film, Raththam, which was supposed to hit screens on October 6, was likely to be postponed. Now, we hear that the film will release as planned. The film's producer Dhananjayan shared the update on his social media page.
He also wrote to Vijay Antony,"Never seen a man with such courage, humanity, maturity & magnanimity. May god bless you @vijayantony sir with more strength & success to overcome this traumatic situation. You are stronger than most of us & you will be for sure (sic)."
All about Raththam
Raththam stars Vijay Antony, Mahima Nambiar, Nandita Swetha, Ramya Nambeesan and Uday Mahesh to name a few. The film deals with a series of murders that turns Chennai upside down and leads to the resignation of ministers. The plot explores the connection between media, judiciary and politicians in the aforementioned incident. Kamal Bohra, G Dhananjayan, Pradeep B and Pankaj Bohra have bankrolled the project which will be released in Telugu under the title Doshi.