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Pesu
Directed by Cyril
Produced by V. Jagannathan
Written by Cyril
Dialogue:
S. Ramakrishnan
Starring J. Vignesh
Vibha
M. S. Baskar
Mahadevan
Ajay Ratnam
Music by Yuvan Shankar Raja
Cinematography Rasamadhi
Studio Super Springs Entertainment
Release date(s) 2010
Country  India
Language Tamil

Pesu (English: Speak!) is a forthcoming Indian Tamil romance film written and directed by debutant R. Cyril, a former associate of noted directors Kadhir, Durai and Kala Prabhu. Starring newcomers J. Vignesh, a national golfer, and Vibha, who acts in the film Leelai as well, in lead [1] and comedian M. S. Baskar, Mahadevan and Ajay Ratnam in pivotal roles, the film, which has music scored by noted musician Yuvan Shankar Raja, is currently in its filming stage and expected to release in early 2010.

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Cast and crew

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Cast

  • J. Vignesh
  • Vibha
  • M. S. Baskar
  • Mahadevan
  • Ajay Ratnam
  • Sachu
  • Rajalakshmi

Crew

  • Story, Screenplay, Direction: R. Cyril
  • Production: V. Jagannathan
  • Music: Yuvanshankar Raja
  • Cinematography: Rasamadhi
  • Art direction: Vanarajan
  • Dialogue: S. Ramakrishnan
  • Banner: Super Springs Entertainment

Production

According to director Cyril, the film will have mainly two colours. As the film is said to start in winter and end with a rainy season, the entire first half of the film will take place in hilly regions with the colour green as its backdrop, whilst the second half will be completely filmed in snowy regions, where the colour white will be the backdrop.[1] The scenes of the first half were shot in Udhagamandalam (Ooty), Kodaikanal and other hill stations, whilst the sequences of the second half were filmed in Himalayas and specifically in Kulu-Manali.[2] A grand railway station was erected at Kulu Manali at a cost of 30 lakhs, while a church is also set to be created there.[3]

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