Orange Mittai (English: Orange Candy) is a 2015 Indian Tamil comedy movie co-written and directed by Biju Viswanath. Produced by actor Vijay Sethupathi, the film features him in the lead role alongside Ramesh Thilak, Arumugam Bala and Aashritha. The film began production in mid-2014. The Movie was released in India and abroad on 31 July. The film had its Festival premiere at the 20th Busan International Film Festival.
Satya (Ramesh Thilak) works as a paramedic in an ambulance emergency service. On the same day of his father’s death anniversary ,Sathya receives a call to pick up an old man who claims to be critically ill. Sathya, along with ambulance driver , rushes to the old man’s house in an ambulance and helps Kailasam (Vijay Sethupathi) to board the vehicle. In the process, he learns that the old man isn’t fighting for his life as claimed by him earlier, but he is a heart patient nevertheless. As these three men begin their journey in the ambulance, Kailasam’s grumpy and obstinate nature causes trouble to the paramedics and the course of their journey changes drastically. Who is Kailasam? What does he really want? What is the cause behind his adamant nature? Answers to these questions forms the crux of the story. The old man needs to find a hospital that will have him, but it’s a very long way to go. The only way to find out what the universe has planned is to make the journey. Sometimes the Journey is the destination….
Directed by Biju Viswanath
Produced by Vijay Sethupathi
Written by Biju Viswanath, Vijay Sethupathi
Starring Vijay Sethupathi, Ramesh Thilak, Aashritha
Music by Justin Prabhakaran
Cinematography Biju Viswanath
Edited by Biju Viswanath
Production Vijay Sethupathi Productions
Distributed by Common Man Productions
Release dates 31 July 2015
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