Both Vikram Vedha and Ponniyin Selvan: I release in theatres on September 30. And whereas the dimensions and goal audiences of the films differ, many have stated the competitors between the 2 star-studded movies can be one thing to be careful for. The administrators and stars of Vikram Vedha, nevertheless, are downplaying it. At a current media interplay in Delhi, group Vikram Vedha threw their weight behind PS1 with the director saying the movie can’t be beat. Also learn: Mani Ratnam reveals Ajay Devgn is the narrator in Ponniyin Selvan I
Ponniyin Selvan: I is predicated on Kalki Krishnamurthy’s well-liked 1954 novel of the identical title and is taken into account one of many best historic novels written in Tamil. Pushkar and Gayathri, the administrators of Vikram Vedha, who each hail from Tamil Nadu themselves, stated the textual content was an inspiration for them. Responding to a question in regards to the field workplace competitors between the movies, Pushkar, one-half of the director duo, stated, “Ponniyin Selvan is a classic text, a tale of intrigue set during the Chola Empire. You can’t beat that. It’s a six-volume book that I read back in the day. That text has been an inspiration for every writer coming out of Chennai. We do our part and they have done theirs. Let’s hope people go and watch both the movies. I think Friday-Saturday or Sdaturday-Sunday. I’ll be going and watching that movie for sure.”
Hrithik Roshan, one of many stars of Vikram Vedha, nevertheless, quipped that for him it was simply his movie he was specializing in. “I haven’t read the book. So for me, it’s just Vikram Vedha. That’s all I know, the actor said jokingly. His co-star Saif Ali Khan, however, echoed their director’s thoughts and added, “Yeah, go watch both the films.”
Directed by Mani Ratnam, Ponniyin Selvan is a fictionalised account of the early days of Rajaraja I, the Chola emperor. The movie stars Vikram, Karthi, Jayam Ravi, Aishwarya Rai, Trisha Krishnan, Aishwarya Lekshmi, and Sobjita Dhulipala. Vikram Vedha, alternatively, is a remake of Pushkar and Gayathri’s Tamil hit of the identical title, which starred Vijay Sethupathi and R Madhavan. The remake additionally stars Radhika Apte, Yogita Bihani, and Rohit Saraf.