Vijay Sethupathi gets hat-trick tax exemptionPublished: March 9, 2016
It’s third in a row for Vijay Sethupathi. After granting tax exemption to his previous two films- ‘Naanum Rowdy Dhaan’ and ‘Sethupathi’- the Tamil Nadu government has exempted his next venture ‘Kadhalum Kadanthu Pogum‘ too from paying tax.
Directed by Nalan Kumarasamy of ‘Soodhu Kavvum’ fame, the movie is an official remake of the Korean film ‘My Dear Desperado’. It will hit the screens on 11 March 2016. And if this film too turns out to be successful, it will be hat-trick hit for the actor.
Nalan Kumarasamy shelved a film titled ‘Kai Neelam’ and began working on a remake of the Korean film ‘My Dear Desperado’ for the same producers, C V Kumar, who reportedly paid Rs 40 lakh to acquire the Korean film’s remake rights.
The film was developed under the title of ‘Eskimo Kadhal’, but was later renamed as ‘Kadhalum Kadandhu Pogum’. Music is by Santhosh Narayanan, while cinematography is by Dinesh Krishnan and editing by Leo John Paul.