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Demonetisation in thriller

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | ANUPAMA SUBRAMANIAN
Published Jun 9, 2019, 12:31 am IST
Updated Jun 9, 2019, 12:31 am IST
The hero, played by Viju Ayyapasamy, is an underling of the villain who helps to convert the old notes into new ones in huge quantities.
Still from Mosadi
 Still from Mosadi

Bhagyaraj’s assistant Jagadeesan, who turns independent with the film Mosadi which talks about how bigwigs quickly converted their black money with political influence soon after the announcement of demonetisation, says he has been getting threatening calls no sooner than his film’s first look with the title Mosadi was unveiled.  

The letter in the middle of the title poster in Tamil appears in smaller type in a different colour with a pair of handcuffs on it, suggesting the name of a leader. Talking to DC, the director says, “Though I have taken the knot from real life incidents that happened throughout Tamil Nadu after demonetisation on the night of November 8, 2016 the theme is not against the central government. Neither does it refer to any individual.  It is a crime thriller. And censors have given a clean ‘U’ to the film. I guess people mistook it because of the first look poster.”

 

The hero, played by Viju Ayyapasamy, is an underling of the villain who helps to convert the old notes into new ones in huge quantities. Tollywood girl Pallavi Dora debuts as the heroine.  “I have given a futuristic solution for the issue towards the end which may be shocking to a section of the people,” the director adds. The film is to hit the screens on June 14.

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