Magizh Thirumeni was born in India. He is professionally a film director and has made many Tamil movies. As an assistant director, he worked for various films in Tamil Nadu; he worked under Gautham Menon, ‘ Selvaraghavan’, etc. During his childhood, Magizh used to read Tamil literature and was fond of Russian works too; he used to write poems, stories and liked to write even more often. After he had become satisfied with himself, he started to attempt writing for novels and prepared scripts for dramas and theaters.

During his struggling days, Magizh used to visit T. Rajendra and P. Vasu with the hope that they would include him in their team. Magizh’s initial works in which he associated with other filmmakers include Thulluvado Illimani, ‘Kaakha’, Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu, etc. People appreciated his work and his efforts. He made his debut in 2010 with the flick, “ Mundhinam Paartheney”. It focuses on the protagonist, Sanjay, who is talking about falling in love and the type of girl he would get married to.

Then, it takes the audience to the past where Sanjay falls in love with Pooja but realizes that she is getting married to an NRI within a month, and his hopes shatter. Again, he meets Aarthi, who is a stylish person but loves the Orthodox practices, and her attitude relates to a modern era. Their relationship goes in vain when misunderstandings occur. Then he meets Anu, who is his college batchmate, and he tries to fall in love with her too, but fate has its way of getting things down. The flick could not create any magic at the box office and failed to entertain them. But it displayed the correct notion of today’s generation, about people who face difficulty in finding the right person.

After the first picture had gone bad, Magizh directed Thadaiyara Thaaka which released in 2012. The plot is about Selva, who owns a travel company in Chennai and dreams of taking it to the clouds, and his girlfriend is all set to marry him whenever he is ready. Selva comes across Maha and Kumar, who are local goons and take bribes from people for no reason. Selva encounters Maha and he is later found dead under mysterious circumstances.

People think Selva killed him, and Kumar starts to search for him. Terrified, Selva takes cover to hide from them but realizes that he is not scared of them, and instead he comes out with camouflage to fight Kumar and his men. Magizh other works include ‘ Meaghamann’, which hit the theaters in 2014.

Sarkunam

Sarkunam is an Indian film director. He has mainly worked in Tamil film industry. He debuted with the movie Kalavani in 2010 followed by Vaagai Sooda Vaa in 2011, Naiyaandi in 2013 and Chandi Veeran in 2015. He is known for the work in the movie Vaagai Sooda Vaa for which he even won the National Film Award in the category of Best Feature Film in Tamil. In 2014, he founded "A Sarkunam Cinemaz" his own production company. He started his career as an assistant director in Tamil movies. He has worked with Tamil director A.L Vijay. He made his debut with the movie Kalavani in 2010. The movie was produced by Nazir. The film was a romantic comedy based on a village life. The movie featured Ganja Karuppu, Oviya, Ilavarasu, Saranya Ponvannan, in lead roles. The movie was a huge hit in the theaters and grossed Rs 50 million. The movie was further remade in the Kannada language as Kirataka. His next movie Vaagai Sooda Vaa was again a romantic comedy. The movie starred Vimal, Ponvannan, Bhagyaraj, and Thambi Ramaiah in lead roles. The film was based on the story of a village in Tamil Nadu during the time of the 1960s. The movie received positive reviews from the audience and critics. The movie won the National Film Award in the category of Best Feature Film in Tamil in the year 2012. Sarkunam in an interview once said that Vaagai Sooda Vaa was his dream project and his first script. After his two movies based on the theme of the village, his third film was Naiyaandi. The film starred Nazriya Nazim and Dhanush in lead roles. The story of the movie was based on the love affair between a shop owner and a BDS student. The movie was inspired by the Malayalam movie Meleparambil Aanveedu, in 1993. The movie made a good collection in the theaters but was not much appreciated by the critics. The actress of the movie Nazriya Nazim had filed a complaint against Sarkunam on the charges of that a body double was used for her scenes and wanted the movie to be shown to her before the release. In 2015 he came up with Chandi Veeran, starring Anandhi and Atharvaa. The movie was produced by Bala. The movie showed some similarities like his first movie Kalavani. In 2014, he founded his own production company named "A Sarkunam Cinemaz." He introduced his brother A. Nandha Kumar as a producer in the film industry.

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