Sundar C - Jai starrer Pattampoochi will have a theatrical release on June 24 and the film has cleared the censors with a U/A certificate. For the first ever time, Jai will be seen donning the role of an antagonist and all eyes are on his performance as the evil villain. His faceoff against Sundar C is expected to be one of the major highlights of the movie and one can hope those moments to keep the audience on the edge of their seats. Set in the 1980s, this film will focus on the cat and mouse game between an honest police officer and a serial killer. Meanwhile, the makers have now released a new song from the film and this song is called 'Jail Kuthu'.
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As the title suggests, this one is a foot-tapping fast-paced number that packs a punch and the highlight aspect of it lies in the vocals - lent by Thenisai Thendral Deva. The legendary singer provides a great level of energy with his rendition and it is well supplemented by the visuals. It looks like this song will feature in one of the important places in the film and we shall be seeing more of the visuals in the theatres.
Jai has composed music for this song (lyrics by Gaana Sillu) and the talented actor delivers a likeable number. Pattampoochi is directed by Badri of Veeraappu, Thillu Mullu and Aadama Jeichomada fame. Produced by Khushbu Sundar under the banner of Avni Tele Media, Honey Rose, Bigg Boss fame Imman Annachi, and Baby Manasvi play supporting roles in this film that has cinematography handled by E Krishnasamy while the editing has been taken care of by Fenny Oliver. With just 10 more days for the film to release, we can expect the team to come out with many more surprises in the days to come.