Acclaimed filmmaker PC Sreeram’s tweet on his film Pranna has the film buffs excited and thrilled. Posting a picture of Nithya Menen with an intense look, he wrote on twitter,
A talented actor that she is, Nithya has acted in all the four south Indian languages – Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada – which has made her the apt choice to bag the role in Pranna. Pranna is being made in all these languages and Nithya had to enact each scene four times.
Reports are that it is an experimental film which will have only Nithya Menen occupying the screen space. Further, a completely new technology - live sync surround sound – has been used for the first time in the history of Indian cinema.
On Nithya’s role in Pranna, its director VKP Prakash had told the Indian Express much earlier, "Praana revolves around a writer played by Nithya. It deals with an issue of contemporary relevance. Nithya's role is very performance-oriented and this will be one of her best roles so far. We have started the shoot in Kumily.”
Pranna is a thriller set in the backdrop of a beautiful hill station in South India.The sources say that the film is said to be the story about injustice and intolerance, in which Nithya will be seen playing a writer who focuses on social issues.
While the Oscar-winning sound engineer Resul Pookutty is in charge of the sound department, renowned Jazz musician Louis Banks is scoring the music for this flick. Scripted by Rajesh Jayaraman, acclaimed cinematographer PC Sreeram is cranking the camera for Pranna.
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