These films might add an interesting mix to the Kollywood scene.

5 alternate Tamil films to look out for in 2016
news Kollywood Tuesday, April 12, 2016 - 16:11

Tamil Nadu’s tinseltown is breaking the internet with its strong line-up of films, be it the much-awaited Rajinikanth starrer Kabali or the highly-touted action thriller Theri that are set to dawn this Tamil New Year. These mass films might rule the box-office, but here are five other films to look out for, that might add an interesting mix to the Kollywood scene.

Iraivi, Karthik Subbaraj:

'Idhu sila womengalin kadhai' (It is the story of a few women), reads the tag of the Jigarthanda fame Karthik Subbaraj’s third directorial venture. Touted as a women-centric film, the story is said to be an ode to the women we come across in our everyday lives. Iruvai stars S. J. Surya, Vijay Sethupathi, Bobby Simha and Anjali in lead roles.

Source: Facebook

Aandavan Kattalai, M. Manikandan:

Helmed by the Award winning film Kakka Muttai’s director, this film stars Vijay Sethupathi and Irudhi Suttru fame Ritika Sen in its quirky comedy, which is said to be “an entertainer with a twist”.

Source: Galatta.com

Mayavan, C.V. Kumar:

Written by Soodhu Kavvum fame, cult filmmaker Nalan Kumarasamy, Mayavan is Science-fiction film directed and produced by C.V. Kumar. Starring Sundeep Kishan and Lavanya Tripathi in lead roles, Mayavan is set to be released bilingually in Tamil and Telugu.

Source: Celebrity Profiles

Metro, Anand Krishna:

Starring Bobby Simha and Shirish, Metro is the second directorial venture of filmmaker Anand Krishna after his Tamil remake of Bollywood film Aamir (Aal). Said to play an antagonist in the film, Bobby Simha stars in this yet another action thriller with debutant actress Sendrayan. The film revolves around India’s black-markets.

Source: Financial Prospect

Savarakathi, G.R Adithya

Written and produced by critically acclaimed director Mysskin, the film stars Ram, Poorna and Mysskin himself feature in lead roles, with Poorna reportedly playing a hearing-impaired pregnant woman.

Source: Filmbeat.com

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