The movie, which marks Rajiv Menon’s return as a director after a hiatus of 18 years, is about a musical prodigy from a backward community.

Release of GV Prakashs Sarvam Thaala Mayam postponed
Flix Kollywood Tuesday, December 25, 2018 - 16:55

In an unexpected move, the release date of Rajiv Menon’s Sarvam Thaala Mayam, starring GV Prakash Kumar has been postponed. According to reliable sources, the movie will now hit the screens in February 2019.

The musical drama centered on a youngster from a backward community was slated to hit the screens on December 28. With GV Prakash Kumar and Aparna Balamurali as its lead cast, the movie marks Rajiv Menon’s return to direction after almost two decades. Rajiv Menon’s last directorial venture was Kandukondain Kandukondain which had an ensemble cast of Aishwarya Rai, Tabu, Srividhya, Mammootty, Ajith and Abbas.

GV Prakash Kumar plays a musical prodigy who faces discrimination due to his caste.  According to Prakash, the film is both a musical drama and a journey of a musician who goes on a journey of self discovery as he meets musicians from different parts of the country. The title track of the film released recently gives us a better sense of the film’s plot. In the lyrical video, we see GV Prakash traversing through different states of the country on his bike, from snow-clad mountains to the green picturesque spots and interacting with people belonging to different cultures. AR Rahman has scored the music for the movie and all the singles released till date have been well-received. Out of the six songs, four songs in the album were composed by AR Rahman and one each by Rajiv Menon and Tyagaraja.  

On the acting front, GV Prakash Kumar has projects such as Adangathey, 4G, Kuppathu Raja and Ayngaran in the pipeline, apart from the Tamil remakes of Telugu films 100 % Love and Ekkadiki Pothavu Chinnavada. As a music director, he has also confirmed that he will team up with actor Suriya for a yet-to-be-named project helmed by director Sudha Kongara.

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