Spotlight on youth power

Spotlight on youth power

He was here to focus on the youngsters after completing the promotion of the film in Trichy and Madurai.Directed by cinematographer-turned-director K V Guhan, the film stars eight newcomers in lead roles. It is a remake of the successful Telugu movie, Happy Days.

“The film is all about the celebration of youth. The story is based on college incidents and deals with the feelings and emotions of young minds. We, adults, have a notion that today’s youngsters are not responsible and take everything lightly.

 But, this opinion goes wrong many a time. Through Inidhu Inidhu, I have tried to throw light on the positive side of youth power,” said Prakash Rai addressing a press conference. He added, “Inidhu Inidhu is all about the little joys and excitement of college life that make it so charming.”

“There is no difference in the mentality of rural and urban students. Both are equally informed, mature, responsible, sensitive and have their own perceptions of life.”
“The only problem is that we fail to understand them. If we give a small push to their colourful dreams, they can build a bright future.”

“The film deals with all these subtle issues. Hence, it is a must watch for students as well as parents.”Mickey J Meyer, who composed music for Happy Days, has scored music for Inidhu Inidhu too.

He has retained three tunes from the original one. The cast and crew of the film strongly feel that these songs would be a sort of anthem for  today’s youth as they are very popular in Tamil.

All the songs are meant to strike a chord with those who cherish college life.
The film stars debutants like Narayan, Adith, Vimal, Sharan Sharma, Reshmi, Sonia Deepti, Benaas, Gia Umar, Sunny Sawrav, Abhishek, Krishna and Ajay. The film was released on August 20.

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