G. Sasikumar is an Indian movie publishing supervisor, who has labored on Malayalam, Tamil, and Kannada linguistic pictures. He has done a job in Tharai Thappattai, or Thaarai Thappattai is a 2016 Tamil melodic art film inscribed, shaped and led by Bala. The film marks Sasikumar and Varalaxmi Sarath Kumar in the prominent roles, while Ilaiyaraaja creates the picture's tune based on Karakattam.

This flick also materializes to be Ilaiyaraaja's 1000th movie. The film began creation in 2013 and publicized on 14 January 2016.Ilaiyaraaja won the Countrywide Picture Prize for Best Contextual Score at the 63rd National Picture Rewards. In one of his pictures Sannasi (M. Sasikumar), a character is a gifted folk performer and nadaswaram specialist in a town living with his dad Samipulavan (G. M. Kumar).

He also has discontinued talking with his lad because of the same logic. Sooravalli (VaralaxmiSarathkumar) is Sannasi's companion who dears Sannasi very much and articulates her love frequently for which Sannasi doesn't respond. Both Sannasi and Sooravalliare in the identical group of dancers who go to places for performance. A harmlessly dressed Karuppaiah (R. K. Suresh) often interjects the fellow players in the group they go, to know where the next dance programme would occur.

One day Sannasi gets a telephone ring from a group of men in a cabin nearby. They pay him a quantity to book his company for a dance programme in a shrine in Andaman Nicobar Islands. The band goes to Andaman by travelers, stays in the in provided by the managers and presents Karagattam in a sanctuary. The men who prearranged the dance liked the women ballerinas and asked Sannasi to show them the girls implicitly asking for sex. Sannasi without saying any word takes the managers to the area where the lady dancers are residing and say to them that he has presented the girls as per their demand.

In November 2016, it stated that Vikram Prabhu had settled terms to labor on a picture titled Pakka led by novice Surya. Nikki Galrani contracted on to play the leading lady role in January 2017 and toiled on the flick alongside her obligations in Neruppu Da (2017), which also performed her together with Vikram Prabhu.

The scheme became Nikki Galrani's 25thpicture, and the director publicized that she would depict a Rajinikanth fan. Director Surya exposed Pakka would be a complete profitable entertainer which set in contradiction of a rural background, and also confirmed that the squad had signed on performers Sathish, Soori, and Anandaraj for supporting roles.

V. J. Sabu Joseph Tamil Actor

V. J. Sabu Joseph

V.J. Sabu Joseph is a renowned film editor in the Tamil film industry. Although he started his journey in the year 2002 by working as an associate film editor with veteran film editors- J. N. Harsha, and Anthony- his first project as an independent editor was for the movie ‘‘Aanmai Thavarael’ (2011). V.J. Sabu hails from an orthodox Christian family, who had nothing to do with cinema, and Sabu Joseph began learning visual communication as he wanted to follow a different path in his career for which he received full support from his family. With his family’s full support he entered the film industry and learned to edit. It was in the year 2002; he entered the film industry when manual editing was getting translated into the digital platform, Sabu got an opportunity to learn manual editing from Udhay Shankar, a renowned editor. Even his associate editor Ravichandran helped Sabu. Ravichandran directed and edited movies like ‘Crazy Star.’  After getting some useful knowledge from Ravichandran and Udhay Shankar, Sabu joined Sathish and Harsha as an associate editor. He worked with Harsha on the movie ‘Autograph’ and gained some valuable experience to enhance his career. In the year 2004; he started gaining further experience in the field of editing from Anthony who helped him be a part of his projects ‘Manmadhan’ and 'Four the People'. The editor even was also associated with the Kannada movie ‘My Autograph’. Some of the prominent directors who helped him were Thankar Bachan and Vasanth for movies like ‘Pallikoodam’ and ‘Santham Poadadhey.’ After gaining experience as an associate editor with many popular Kannada and Tamil movies, ‘Aanmai Thavarael’ was his first film as a solo editor. V J Sabu Joseph even edited the trailer of a movie directed by Arivazhagan which was titled 'Eeram'. His editing work was highly appreciated by Rajanikanth. For a few people, films will become their big break, but for V J Sabu Joseph, editing a trailer for the movie 'Eeram' was the real stepping stone in his career. The editing of the trailer helped the film editor to get his first break in ‘Vallinam’ which was considered to be his second release and also his second film. ‘Vaillnam’ released in 2014 and it was delayed too for unknown reasons. But this film fetched him a ‘national award’ in editing. The editor is well known to adapt his style of editing. He understands the genre and theme of the film for perfect editing. After the success of ‘Vaillnam’, V J Sabu Joseph got many offers. They include Lakshmy Ramakrishnan's 'Nerungi Vaa Muthamidathe' and Ramprakash Rayappa's 'Tamizhuku En Ondrai Azhuthavum' (2014), Sathya Prabhas Pinishetty’s  'Yagavarayinum Naa Kaakka', N. J. Srikrishna's Naalu Policeum Nalla Irundha Oorum (2015) and many more movies. In the initial days, he made a lot of contacts in the industry, and this helped him to get slowly associated with big projects. He considers Ravichandran as a real master in the craft of editing. He feels Oscar V. Ravichandran aka Aascar Ravi is great in grasping the tastes of the audience who balances a right chord with masses. After winning the national award for editing, the pressure to perform has increased manifold not only from the film industry who want him to work in the most engaging manner possible but also the expectations from the public have increased which would bear the real testimony to his career now.