Vijay Sethupathi in the role of an actor - Cast and story of Seethakathi revealed


After 'Naduvula Konjam Pakkatha Kaanom', Vijay Sethupathi and Balaji Tharaneetharan are teaming up yet again for the movie 'Seethakathi'. The title definitely draws the attention of us and it is based on the popular Tamil saying "செத்தும் கொடுத்தார் சீதக்காதி". The movie is said to be a family drama and Vijay Sethupathi dons the role of an actor. The film travels along the life of Vijay Sethupathi and explores the relationship between an artist and his art. The movie also has Remya Nambeesan, Parvathy Nair and Gayathri (NKPK) playing themselves in the movie.

Details on Seethakathi revealed by Balaji Tharanidharan

Parvathi Nair replaced Oviya:

The director of the movie, Balaji Tharaneetharan initially considered Oviya for one of the role in the movie. However due to her entry in Bigg Boss reality show, she couldn't be a part of the movie. She was replaced by yet another Malayalam actress Parvathy Nair.

Suspense on Vijay Sethupathi role:

Although the director had revealed that Vijay Sethupathi play the role of an actor, he kept to himself as to what kind of actor he actually play in the movie. The director told that it would be a major highlight of the film and he didn't want to break the suspense.

Details on Cast of Seethakathi:

As already told, Seethakathi will have three female leads in the form of Remya Nambeesan, Parvathy Nair and Gayathri. Apart from them, popular drama artist Mouli is playing an important role. Director Mahendran who was last seen in Theri also plays a crucial role. Veteran actress Archana is also playing a role which will travel throughout the film along with Vijay Sethupathi.

Oru Pakka Kadhai:

Balaji Tharaneetharan also revealed the status of his long pending movie 'Oru Pakka Kadhai' starring Jeyaram's Son Kalidas Jeyaram. The film is awaiting the certification from censor board following the appeal from the movie team to revise the rating. They are expecting to get an U certificate for the film shortly.