Chennai, Sept 22 (): Engeyum Eppothum which was released last Friday has opened with a good response from both audience as well as critics. Directed by debutant Saravanan, this movie is making an impact at the box office.
Produced by director A R Murugadoss in association with Fox Star Studio, the movie released in over 128 screens on September 16th. The movie has opened with a box office collection of Rs 2 crores in Tamil Nadu alone for this week with the week not yet completed.
A R Murugadoss who made his venture into production with this film, is happy with the good response of the film. He said after the great response, “The film has been released in 128 theatres across Tamil Nadu alone and has received very positive response from people. The feedback from all release centres is very good. We plan to start our second co-production film in Tamil, very soon.”
Vijay Singh, CEO, Fox Star Studios said, “The enthusiastic response to the film proves that audiences are keen to watch good cinema, even without big stars. We look forward to making more such interesting films in Tamil & other regional languages as well.”
The team is really delighted with the success and positive response from cine-lovers, who will try to tap in to other regions including Tollywood and Bollywood markets to keep things rolling. The film will be released in major markets including Bangalore, Andhra Pradesh, Delhi, international markets within few weeks.
Engeyum Eppothum is a romantic movie. It is the story of two couples Kathiresan (Jai), Manimegalai (Anjali) and Vinay (Saravanandh), Amudha (Ananya) whose lives gets affected in a tragic road accident. The flick Engeyum Eppothum takes you on a refreshing journey with its clever screenplay and believable characters.
Without any star actor or heroine in his crew, debutant director M. Saravanan has made an applaudable entry with his well-crafted storyline. Cinematographer Velraj and debutant music director Sathya deserve special mention for their valuable contributions.
If you still haven’t seen Engeyum Eppothum, go catch it soon! because you may miss something worthwhile.