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While Aanmai Thavarael is a love story, it's also about a crime, says its director Kulandai Velappan. “It's the second biggest crime in the world and flourishes with a worldwide network. The reason for this crime is the absence of self-discipline and integrity,” says Velappan. A qualified visual communications professional, Velappan has to his credit a short film which was awarded the best film by the Melbourne Tamil Academy. He makes his entry into feature films with Aanmai Thavarael, a crime thriller which takes place on the road from Chennai to Goa. Dhruva and Shruthi play the lead. “Since the film is getting ready for release next week, I would like to keep the crime factor suspense,” says Velappan.

NIKHIL RAGHAVAN

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