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The latest Tamil cinema release is here!
It’s an exclusive, in-depth article about a new film about the life of an old Tamil actor, and what it’s like to make such a film.
The film, titled “Tambal” (The One) and directed by M.G. Raghunath, has been released on February 14, 2019, in cinemas across Tamil Nadu and Kerala.
The movie was inspired by a true story of a young actor who was born in 1942 and is one of the most celebrated actors of Tamil cinema, known for his work in Mahabharata, Sathya Sai Baba, the Lord of the Rings and many other films.
It tells the story of Ramesh Kumar, a young man who has lost his father in a motorcycle accident.
The actor, who went by the alias Rameshwara in the early days of the Tamil cinema scene, was born to a family of Tamil Muslims and later moved to Kerala when he was a child.
“I’ve always been a Muslim, and my father died in an accident in 1942.
It was during this time that I learnt to be a writer and started writing stories and poetry,” Rameswara says in the film.
“So I became an actor in my own right.
My story is about how this tragedy affected my father.
I hope it will be a reminder for us all that it is important to never lose your father or your identity, even if it is just a name.”
I had the idea to make a film about an old actor named Rameswaram, who died young.
When I was a kid, I was not much into cinema, but it was a real dream to make something special for the cinema,” he says.
The script for the film was written by his family, and the project has been made by Rameshawar, who also wrote the music for the Tamil film.
I think my dad, who was a big film buff, was also a big movie buff,” Ramewara recalls. “
When I was growing up, we would often go to the cinema, or the cinema would send us pictures from its productions.
I think my dad, who was a big film buff, was also a big movie buff,” Ramewara recalls.
“He’d take me to his favourite films like Mahabarata and Sathyanarayan, and would even take me on a trip to Chennai when I was in the neighbourhood.”
He had to wait for the director to finish the script and he didn’t get a chance to work on it until the time he was ready.
He was so excited about the project, he had to go to his parents’ house and start writing the screenplay.
“The script was finished in just three months.
The producers had already booked me a spot in a Tamil film production, and I was all set to be in it,” Rimeswara laughs.
“But that wasn’t the end of it.
A month later, the film producer contacted me to say that they had a producer for me.
I told him that I wasn’t ready to do the script yet, so I had to do it myself.
It’s been over four years since I made that film. “
After my film was made, I made a series of short films and I continued to write the screenplay and compose music.
It’s been over four years since I made that film.
It is a very happy journey.
Now, I’m in a very good place, I’ve made a lot of friends, and everything is going very well.”
A lot of Tamil filmmakers who made films before Rameswonath did not even know about the work of an actor who had died in a tragedy.
R.G.(Rameswar) Thilakrishnan, who made a film called “Tamil Man”, said that it was the first film he saw that dealt with the lives of people like Rameswatar.
“My film, Tamil Man, was based on a real story, but with Rameswaas name on it, I knew that I wanted to tell a true and uplifting story.
I also knew that my film would be released on a very big scale, which made me very happy,” he said.
Rakesh Thilasad, who had made a feature-length film called Ramesawatram, says that Rameswinath has helped him to develop his own film, which is based on the life story of the writer-director, and which is the first feature-film he has made.
“Ramesawath has been my mentor for the past two years.
He taught me so much about film making, and how to tell stories, and he is a real talent, a true visionary,” he explains.
“His passion and determination is evident in every picture he shoots