Director Ramprakash Rayappa on Suttu Pidikka Utharavu

The trailers and visual promos of “Suttu Pidikka Utharavu” have created an impulsive urge to watch the film featuring Vikranth, Athulya Ravi, Mysskin and Suseenthiran in lead roles.  In addition, the film’s title itself signifies that the movie is based on Nick of Time thriller genre. Gearing up for worldwide release on June 14, there’s a good lease of expectations whelming upon the film. However, the biggest inquisitiveness prevailing across the places is about director Ramprakash Rayappa making the top league filmmakers Mysskin and Suseenthiran wear the greasepaint.

Ramprakash Rayappa says, “More than ennobling them as ‘filmmakers’, they are geniuses, who are jacks of all trades in the industry. During many occasions, I was actually admiring them for their nuance performances on the shooting spot. The characters that I wrote on the script papers found immense life through their performances. Yes, I did have some doubts about myself of how things are going to be as they are super seniors in filmmaking. Nevertheless, such misconceptions were completely rubbished with their pure avatar as actors, where they were keenly focusing on their acting and never gave a small suggestion or changes to me. At many point of times, I have felt that Vikranth is most the underrated actor and I am so much happy to see that he is experiencing golden rush with promising projects in his stores. I am sure, his performance in the film will be highly lauded by all. Athulya Ravi is someone, who owns a rarest quality of giving a realistic touch to her acting and everyone in the star-cast have done an extraordinary job.”

Talking about the film’s premise, he doesn’t want to reveal much, but hints saying, “It’s a thriller with minute-to-minute surprises and will be emotionally gripping as well.”

Scheduled for worldwide release on June 14, Suttu Pidikka Utharavu is produced by P.K. Ram Mohan for Kalpataru Pictures. Jakes Bejoy has composed background score and music for this film with Sujith Sarang handling cinematography and G. Rama Rao is the editor.