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Pa Ranjith to produce his assistant Dhinakaran Sivalingam's debut film

Ever since the critically celebrated superhit film Pariyerum Perumal, director Pa Ranjithhas been producing the first films of many new filmmakers through his home production banner, Neelam Productions. After Pariyerum Perumal, he gave us Irandam Ulagaporin Kadaisi Gundu, directed by his assistant Athiyan Athirai. He has also bankrolled the experimental film Kuthiraivaal, directed by Manoj Leonel Jahson and Shyam Sunder. Currently, he is producing the Samuthirakani-starrer Writer, directed by newcomer Franklin Jacob, and an untitled movie that is being directed by his assistant Suresh Mariand features Kalaiyarasan and Suresh Mari.
Now, Dhinakaran Sivalingam, an associate director of Pa Ranjith, had earlier worked in the director's films Kabali and Kaala, which starred Superstar Rajinikanth in the lead, is going to make his directorial debut in a film that will cover Tamil Nadu's current situation in a way of humourous and emotional manner.

Ranjith will be producing the movie along with TN Arun Balaji, the son of actor 'Poster' Nandhakumar, who had earlier debuted in Ranjith's movie Madras.
The film is yet to go on floors, but we hear that the team has roped in well-known senior actors in Kollywood to play important roles in it. The main leads and the technical team details announcement will be revealed soon, says a source.

With his recent film, the boxing drama Sarpatta Parambaraiturning out to be one of the most-loved and most-talked-about films this year, there is expectation on what Ranjith might be producing next. Now, Dhinakaran's film, has got fans of the filmmaker pretty excited.
Sours: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/tamil/movies/news/pa-ranjith-to-produce-his-assistant-dhinakaran-sivalingams-debut-film/articleshow/86297886.cms

Pa. Ranjith

Indian film director

This article is about the Tamil film director. For the Malayalam filmmaker, see Ranjith (director).

Pa. Ranjith is an Indian director and filmmaker[1] who makes Tamil language films. He made his directorial debut with the 2012 romantic comedy Attakathi, before earning unanimously positive reviews for his second film, the political drama Madras (2014). In 2016, he wrote and directed the gangster-drama Kabali and in 2018, Kaala both starring Rajinikanth. In 2021, he directed Sarpatta Parambarai, which was well received by both critics and audiences.

Personal life and education[edit]

Pa. Ranjith was born at Karalapakkam, Avadi, Chennai.[2] He has two brothers - Prabhu and Saravana.[3][4] He graduated from Government College of Fine Arts, Chennai, and has described how his travels to and from his college often helped create inspiration for film ideas.[5]

Ranjith studied in multiple schools - Karapakkam Panchayat Union School, Veliyur Government Higher Secondary School and Avadi Government School. His maternal uncles were drawing artists and Ranjith got the inspiration from them towards drawing, during his childhood; that eventually made him enroll in Fine Arts College.

He is married to Anitha and the couple has a daughter and a son. Anitha was a junior to Ranjith in college.

Early life[edit]

During his college days, he joined the film chamber and began watching world cinema, regularly attending annual film festivals. He gained inspiration from films including The Battle of Algiers (1966) and City of God (2002), stating they changed his thinking of cinema and revealed that they had a deep impact on him.[5] Ranjith has been known to use symbolism in his movies to exhibit ongoing social problems which otherwise have trouble reaching the masses due to restrictions by Central Board of Film Certification in using actual references of caste based exploitation in movies.

Ranjith joined the film industry as an assistant director and first worked on Shiva Shanmugam's Thagapansamy (2006), which he has since revealed as an "unmemorable stint", before moving on to apprentice under film makers N. Linguswamy and Venkat Prabhu. He initially helped prepare a storyboard for a Malaysian album that Venkat Prabhu had been working on in 2006, before gaining trust and being allowed to work closely with him during the making of Chennai 600028 (2007).[5]

Film career[edit]

Attakathi (2012)[edit]

Ranjith was introduced to a newcomer producer C. V. Kumar in 2011 by a mutual friend, Mani, who convinced Kumar to give Ranjith an opportunity to make a film. Consequently, Attakathi was completed in fifty days on a budget of ₹ 1.75 crores.[5] Following promising pre-release reviews, the venture became bigger when production house Studio Green chose to buy the distribution rights. The film opened to positive review in August 2012, with Rediff.com noting the film "looks at youth and romance in a most refreshing way" and added that Ranjith should take "the credit, completely, of taking an ordinary storyline and infusing it with warmth and hilarity."[6] Sify's critic, similarly, wrote "we recommend that you make time for this charming little treat of a film, as it has an inherent sweetness and honesty that will stay with you".[7]

Madras (2014)[edit]

Studio Green signed up Pa. Ranjith to direct a film for their production house and in December 2012, he confirmed that he would shortly begin work on a project titled Sarpatta Paramparai with Karthi in the lead role, though production was subsequently delayed and did not take off as planned.[8] In July 2013, it was announced that the pair would collaborate on a new script and that Sarpatta Parambarai and their ongoing venture, Madras, were two different scripts. Although the producers liked both scripts, Ranjith decided to shoot Madras first as Karthi had accidentally read the script of Madras and liked its concept and characters.[9] During pre-production of the film, Ranjith returned home to North Chennai to research and took stock of the residents' body language, sports, fashion, behaviour and dialogues. He revealed that through his script, he hoped to depict the angst and depression of the youth of the region and wrote several characters in the film including the two leads to represent individuals with "bottled up anger".[5] Ranjith also informed that some changes were made to the script to accommodate Karthi in the lead role.[10] Also featuring Catherine Tresa and Kalaiyarasan in prominent roles, Madras told the story of a dispute over a political message written on wall in North Chennai and how the region's political rivalry affects the inhabitants. Madras received highly positive reviews from critics, who praised the performances of the actors, as well as the technical aspects of the film.[11] Udhav Naig, writing for The Hindu said, "Rarely does one get to see a Tamil film that reflects the social reality so closely and sketching a detailed account of life that the middle and the upper middle class know little about. Full marks to Pa. Ranjith for that".[12] Writing for The New Indian Express, Malini Mannath said, "With an engaging screenplay, deft narration, well fleshed out characters and actors well cast, Madras captures the feel, flavour and ambiance of North Madras with perfect precision".[13]Sify said, "Madras works big time as writer and director Ranjith has given priority to his script, which hooks the audiences straightaway. It is a triumph of honest writing and heartfelt dialogues. It is a gutsy and outstanding film".[14]

Kabali (2016)[edit]

He began pre-production work for a venture starring Suriya in October 2014, after the actor approached him being impressed with Madras.[5] The project has been put on hold, after he began working on Kabali (2016) featuring Rajinikanth in the title role. It is a gangster film. Ranjith explores actor Rajinikanth. This movie delivers class style acting of Rajinikanth.

Kaala (2018)[edit]

Kaala a sociopolitical movie, was released worldwide on 7 June 2018. The audio launch was held on 9 May 2018 at Chennai YMCA ground, and the album is an interesting mix of genres with politically loaded lyrics. Kaala is the first Indian film ever to be released in Saudi Arabia, following the country lifting its ban on public theatres in December 2017.[15][16][17] The movie received positive reviews. The Times of India rated the film 3.5 out of 5 and stated that Ranjith owes to his excellent technical crew for "helping him visualise and deliver this 51% Rajini-49% Ranjith movie".[18]

Neelam Productions[edit]

Pa. Ranjith marked his foray into production under his banner Neelam Productions with release of two documentaries titled Dr. Shoe Maker and Beware of Castes: Mirchpur.[19] Under the banner Neelam Productions, he also produced Mari Selvaraj's Pariyerum Perumal that stars Kathir and Anandhi, with music by Santhosh Narayanan. Pariyerum went on to become a huge success with high critical acclaim. Neelam Productions' next project has been titled as Irandam Ulagaporin Kadaisi Gundu. The film stars Attakathi Dinesh and is directed by Athiyan Athirai.[20]

Sarpatta Parambarai (2021)[edit]

In 2019, Ranjith's worked on a Hindi-language biopic on freedom fighter Birsa Munda. The film, which was to be the Tamil filmmaker’s first non-Tamil project, was scheduled to be produced by Namah Pictures, which had co-produced Iranian filmmaker Majid Majidi's Beyond the Clouds in 2018. The cast of Ranjith's film has not been announced.[21]

Ranjith shelved the Birsa Munda film, and wrote the script of Sarpatta Parambarai with Suriya in mind, but due to his prior commitments, he later approached Arya to play the lead role. The film was eventually supposed to begin production in during February and March 2020, after the hard training sessions of the actors being involved in the film, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic induced lockdown, the production delayed further and eventually began on September 2020 which was completed within December 2020, with filming taking place for nearly four months in and around North Chennai.[22] The film's technical crew comprises music director Santhosh Narayanan, cinematographer Murali G. and editor Selva R. K.[23]

Sarpatta Parambarai is a Tamil-language periodsportsaction film directed by Pa. Ranjith, who also co-produced the film under his banner Neelam Productions, along with Shanmugam Dhakshanaraj of K9 Studios.[24] The film stars Arya, Dushara Vijayan, Pasupathy, Anupama Kumar and Sanchana Natarajan. Set in the 1970s North Chennai, the film revolves around a clash between two clans namely Idiyappa Parambarai and Sarpatta Parambara, which also display the boxing culture in the locality and also the politics behind it.[25]Sarpatta Parambarai was initially scheduled for theatrical release which was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, It was then released to Amazon Prime Video on 22 July 2021, coinciding with the Prime Day celebrations. The film received widespread acclaim, with emphasis on its characterisation and performances of the lead cast members, direction, story, screenplay, music, cinematography. Critics further praised Ranjith's direction for the accurate depiction of the 1970s Madras and its boxing culture.[26]

Sociocultural initiatives[edit]

Neelam Panpaatu Maiyam[edit]

Pa. Ranjith extended his social work in another form, which is 'Neelam Panpaatu Maiyam' (Neelam Cultural Center).

As part of this initiative, in honour of the 100 years of Dalit struggle, life-sized sculptures were established and the efforts of the Dalit activists were documented.[27]

Neelam Panpaatu maiyam also conducted the three day arts festival - 'Vaanam' in Chennai between December 29 to 31, 2018.[28] The festival was unticketed and many artists across Tamilnadu participated in it. Also many artifacts were presented.[29] Ranjith explained that this festival would act as a platform to discuss more complex social issues through art.[30]

Neelam cultural center launched 'Koogai Thiraipada Iyakkam' (Koogai Film Movement).[31] This movement was started to bridge the gap between literature and cinema. As part of this movement, the first initiative was to set up a library named 'Koogai'.[32]

Neelam cultural center rolled out their new campaign '#VoteOutHate' and started producing short films on the same for a release in their official Youtube channel. The first film was Lovers in the afternoon directed by Rajesh Rajamani[33] and the second film was 'Share Auto' directed by Jenny Dolly.[34]

The Casteless Collective[edit]

Main article: The Casteless Collective

Ranjith’s organisation, Neelam Cultural Centre, collaborated with the label Madras Records to form a 19-piece band called The Casteless Collective that includes four rappers, seven instrumentalists and eight gaana musicians, a popular folk music style in Tamil Nadu. The name of the band was inspired by a phrase – "jaathi bedha matra Tamilargal" – used by Tamil anti-caste activist and writer C Iyothee Thass.[35] Iyothee Thassa Pandithar (1845-1914) was the first to moot the phrase "Jaathi Bedha Matra Tamizhargal" in the early 20th century by publishing the same in his Tamil Journal Tamizhan (1907-1914).[36]

Filmography[edit]

As director and writer[edit]

Year Film Cast Notes
2012 AttakathiDinesh, Nandita Swetha, Aishwarya Rajesh, Kalaiyarasan, Vishwanath
2014MadrasKarthi, Catherine Tresa, Riythvika, Charles Vinoth, Kalaiyarasan, V. I. S. Jayapalan
2016KabaliRajinikanth, Radhika Apte, Sai Dhanshika, Winston Chao, Kishore, Dinesh, Kalaiyarasan, John Vijay, Nassar, Riythvika
2018 KaalaRajinikanth, Nana Patekar, Samuthirakani, Easwari Rao, Huma Qureshi
2021 Sarpatta Parambarai Arya, Pasupathy, Kalaiyarasan, Anupama KumarReleased on Prime video[37]

As producer[edit]

Awards and Nominations[edit]

References[edit]

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Pa. Ranjith

Pa. Ranjith is an exciting prospect in the new age of Tamil film directors. His debut film was a cult romantic comedy film Attakathi, which had positive reviews and his next film was Madras (2014), which showcased the life of North Madras people and their daily life. It was a blockbuster. The neat story-telling with no nonsense in logic and screenplay makes his movies more exciting. His next film was Kabali, which starred the famous Tamil actor Superstar Rajinikanth. The film received mostly positive reviews and went on to become a massive blockbuster. All of Pa. Ranjith's films have one element in common: They express the lives and culture of Dalit people and the oppression they face in contemporary society. Since he himself is from the Dalit community, his fans are claiming that his films have opened up a new facet of Tamil cinema. His next film, Kaala (2018), also stars Superstar Rajinikanth as the protagonist.

Pa. Ranjith is an exciting prospect in the new age of Tamil film directors. His debut film was a cult romantic comedy film Attakathi, which had positive reviews and his next film was Madras (2014), which showcased the life of North Madras people and their daily life. It was a blockbuster. The neat story-telling with no nonsense in logic and screenplay makes his movies more exciting. His next film was Kabali, which starred the famous Tamil actor Superstar Rajinikanth. The film received mostly positive reviews and went on to become a massive blockbuster. All of Pa. Ranjith's films have one element in common: They express the lives and culture of Dalit people and the oppression they face in contemporary society. Since he himself is from the Dalit community, his fans are claiming that his films have opened up a new facet of Tamil cinema. His next film, Kaala (2018), also stars Superstar Rajinikanth as the protagonist.

Sours: https://www.amazon.com/prime-video/actor/Pa-Ranjith/nm3163794/

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Director Pa Ranjith speech at Kaala Audio Launch - Rajinikanth - Dhanush - Santhosh Narayanan

Tonight I did not want to go anywhere, although my friends called me to go to the club. But I decided that I would stay at home and watch a movie. I was about to make myself a cup of aromatic coffee and lie down on a cozy sofa when someone rang the doorbell.

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