The film 'Vednhu Thanindhathu Kaadu,' directed by Gautham Vasudev Menon and starring Simbu, has become a box office success. Within 12 days of its release, the film allegedly earned Rs 60 crore at the box office globally. The film is an adaptation and elaboration of the novel written by Jeyamohan. The latest news is that director Gautham Menon recounts how he met Jeyamohan through director Vetri Maaran.
Gautham Menon reportedly stated in an interview that he is grateful to Vetri Maaran for introducing him to writer Jeyamohan. For gautham Menon, it is the most memorable experience of his life. Gautham Menon's debut collaboration with writer Jeyamohan appears to be a success. Vendhu Thanindhathu kaadu is a tremendous blockbuster. Gautham Vasudev Menon also said that he was meant to collaborate with director Vetri Maaran on a film written by Jeyamohan.
In the interview, he reportedly stated that there was a collaborative plan with Vetri Maaran. The plan was to direct each half of the movie simultaneously by them. He went on to say that this was planned during the epidemic but could not succeed it. His affiliation with Jeyamohan since then has opened the way for 'Vendhu Thanindhathu Kaadu.'
The filmmaker is also thought to have a good friendship and rapport with the writer. This new discovery has made fans pleased because the sequel to the film 'Vendhu Thanindhathu Kaadu' is in the works and is set to begin production next year.