Lady Superstar Nayanthara, while taking pictures for director Gopi Nainar’s Aramm, had expressed awe at a distinctive invention of a young man. Now, the makers of the movie have introduced a contest to identify such unrecognised abilities and fund their invention.
“KJR Studios, the Producers of Aramm have come up with a unique digital campaign called #ArammFindATalent. While most film contests have giveaways like tickets, mobile phones, sarees and a chance to meet the cast of the film – KJR Studios has announced that they are willing to fund (partly or wholly) any invention made by young Tamil scientists/students to help them grow and to showcase them to the world. This idea became from an incident that happened during the shooting of Aramm. Nayanthara, the Producers and the crew met a young guy who had invented a piece of equipment that was of vital importance to helping with a significant drawback we had in our country. Although the invention was flawless, the government couldn’t fund him for various reasons, and the inventor’s dream never saw the light of day,” stated an legitimate remark from the staff. (ALSO READ: Aramm Trailer: Nayanthara taking the lead on this socially prevalent movie makes it a should watch)
“Taking inspiration from this, team Aramm and KJR Studios have decided to do something good for such young talents by supporting their scientific research journey,” the remark added.
Produced by way of KJR Studios, Aramm is gearing up for unencumber on November 10th. The film revolves round how Nayanthara saves individuals who be afflicted by the system faults of water shortage in a village. The film will unencumber along director Suseenthiran’s Nenjil Thunivirundhaal and Udhayanidhi Stalin, Manjima Mohan’s Ippadai Vellum. Popular dubbing artist Deepa Venkat has dubbed for Nayanthara in the movie, which has song composed by way of Ghibran.
Text by way of Surendhar MK