Iravin Nizhal is an upcoming Tamil film produced, written, co-edited, and directed by R. Parthiban under the banner Akira Productions and Bioscope Film Framers. The film stars Radhakrishnan Parthiban, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, Robo Shankar, Priyanka Ruth, and Brigida Saga in the lead roles. Music composer A. R. Rahman has been reeled in to produce the background score and music for the film and its six songs. This marks the first-ever collaboration between Parthiban and Rahman. The film was sent as one of the nominations for the screening purpose at the 75th Cannes Film Festival.

Iravin Nizhal has been highly anticipated as the film stands as the world's first single-shot non-linear movie ever to be filmed. The film is bound to put the Tamil Film Industry on the map upon its release as it has the potential to revolutionize cinema. The film's release date was announced by Dhanush earlier today (June 27). Taking to his official Twitter handle, he wrote, "All the best to the team", and tagged all those associated with the ambitious film. The film is scheduled to release theatrically worldwide on 15 July 2022. Check it out:

All the best to the team

#இரவின்நிழல் @arrahman @rparthiban @theVcreations @iravin_nizhal @musicondhwani @ArthurWisonA @RVijaimurugan @GenauRanjith @k33rthana @raakiparthepan @wired__ @onlynikil @divomovies @mirchitamil

— Dhanush (@dhanushkraja) June 27, 2022

The entire film was shot in a single take with 1,36,228 frames. As a result, the filmmakers had a massive budget put upon them for the filmmaking process. The production team installed 50 sets on a 75-acre land where the film was shot with a non-linear narrative. Before the shooting, a rehearsal was also done for about 3 months in order to get everything perfect and in order.

The film entered the Asia Book of Records and India Book of Records for being the first Asian single-shot film. It is touted to be the world's first non-linear single-shot film and is also regarded as the first Asian film to be made without an editor. Director Seenu Ramasamy of Dharma Durai fame heaped praise on the film calling it a lighthouse to Tamil cinema.