‘Sakalakala Vallavan’ is a Tamil comedy movie written and directed by Suraj. The film features Jayam Ravi, Trisha and Anjali in the lead, while Prabhu appears in a supporting role. S. Thaman composes the film’s music.
Shakthi(Jayam Ravi) and Chinnasamy(Soori) are family enemies who fight over an election. During that time, Shakthi falls in love with Anjali, whom he later discovers is his enemies cousin. When their love rapidly heats up, Shakthi is forced to marry Divya(Trisha), a city girl. Before starting a life together, Divya tells Shakthi, they must get to know each other, but every time Shakthi tries to do something good, it ends bad. This leads them on a plan for divorce. In exchange, Shakthi tells Divya to agree and stay for a month with his parents so they won’t get hurt over the fact that they made Shakthi marry someone who doesn’t even like him. To make this worse, Shakthi’s father gets Divya to stand for the female election to which she quietly agrees. When she loses in the family generation winning election, Shakthi’s father angrily hits him. . That’s when Shakthi reveals how he lost in love and life. Seeing how much he loves and respects his family and how his life has been, Divya slowly starts to like her husband. At the end Divya and Shakthi happily live together while they argue over little things; making their life filled with love.
The film revolves round how a couple should compromise when faced in any situation.
Directed by Suraj
Produced by K. Muralidharan, V. Swaminathan & G. Venugopal
Written by Suraj
Starring Jayam Ravi, Trisha, Anjali, Prabhu
Music by S. Thaman
Cinematography U. K. Senthil Kumar
Edited by R.K Selva
Production Lakshmi Movie Makers
Release dates July 31, 2015
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