Lakshmy Ramakrishnan’s next is about Chennai floodsPublished: March 2, 2016
Lakshmy Ramakrishnan, the popular actress-filmmaker, has decided on her next directorial venture. It will be about the recent floods which devastated Chennai and other parts of the Tamil Nadu.
“But it will not be the usual disaster movie in which the hero and the heroine will get caught in crisis and will take all efforts to save each other. This will speak about people and their sufferings,” Lakshmy says.
After making movies such as ‘Aarohanam’ and ‘Nerungivaa Muthamidathey’, Lakshmy is now busy with their film as director- titled ‘Ammani’. It is about two women from different age groups.
Talking about the movie in an interview last year, she said, “Ammani will portray the spirit and attitude of the two unlikely friends. It is about the bond between two women — one, 57 (Salamma, played by Lakshmy), and the other, 82 (Ammani, played by Subbalakshmi, who appeared as Trisha’s grandmother in ‘Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa’).