Producers Mani Ratnam and Jayendra Panchapakesan joined hands for Navarasa, a nine-film anthology from the Tamil film industry. As the title suggests, Navarasa consists of nine films based on nine different human emotions. For a short film titled Inmai, Parvathy Thiruvothu and Siddharth have joined hands. Inmai is a psychological horror flick, directed by Rathindran Prasad. In an earlier interview, Parvathy said that this was her first horror film in her career. Now, in a statement, Parvathy spoke about how she worked with Siddharth in the film.
She said, "Siddharth has the power to express just through his eyes. He could be very still and far away from me but I would still be able to feel what he is exuding through his eyes. That helps me, makes my job much easier, and is one reason why I really enjoyed working with him. It was a great Jugal Bandi. Siddharth and I were on zoom calls several times before we came on the set. It was amazing to shift the rapport from the virtual world to the physical world. As they say, the rest is history. We just slid into it with zero friction. This is a great collaboration that happened very easily. There was no worry or stress. And with this anthology people from the fraternity came together to do something really good for each other."