Arist Saradhamani’s upcoming film venture narrates the life of an individual who has to face some hurdles due to his good heart. Titled ’Havees’, the film scripted by Murali Krishna deals with the subject of beliefs, customs, and superstitions predominant in the Brahmin community.
The life of the Brahmin community from the 1950 to 1984 period is being picturized here. Thalaivasal Vijay will be seen as an individual who takes care of a poor, orphan Brahmin girl. The objections and hurdles faced by him forms the crux of the film.
Urvashi plays a Brahmin woman who is also a religious preacher. Gauri S Nair gives life to the innocent Brahmin girl. K. R Vijaya, Vijayaraghavan, Sreedevi Unni, Thambi Antony and Saikumar are also part of the star cast. The beliefs, superstitions, rituals and religious practices of the Brahmin community would form part of the tale.
Apart from the story and screenplay, the cinematography is handled by Murali Krishna. After the pre-production works, the film will kick start by the end of September this year.