A Tamil film that talks about the aftermath of demonetisation is all set to hit the screens soon.
A still from the film
Chennai: Talking to DT Next, the director of the film Rudhran said, “Though the demonetisation in India happened in 2016, there are people in rural pockets of India, who are still bearing the brunt of it. That is the crux of Rs 2000.” The film will be a courtroom drama with a cast of filmmaker Bharathi Krishnakumar, political analyst Ayyanathan, social activists Ovia and Thiyagu along with debutante Sharnika. “A farmer, who needs an urgent medical aid is being denied of one because all he has with him is a 2000 rs note. This is a proper feature film with necessary commercial elements in place and will not look like a documentary at any point of the runtime,” he assured. Rudhran added that the film is in its post-production stages and will release in theatres soon.