South Indian Movie Cinema is coming with a new film. Ayalaan is an upcoming Indian Tamil-language science fiction movie. the movie is directed by R. Ravikumar and produced by Kotapadi J. Rajesh under the banner of KJR Studios. The movie starring Sivakarthikeyan, Rakul Preet Singh, Karunakaran, Yogi Babu, Sharad Kelkar and Isha Koppikar in prominent roles. The movie is set to be release on 12 January 2024.
The plot of this South Indian-Tamil movie revolves around an alien, who is trying to return his planet home with the aid of four buddies. While a gang of hostile scientists named SK attempt to capture it. Aliens make contact with Earth. A gang of antagonistic scientists want to stop it from bonding with a group of people. After realizing the alien is not dangerous, SK devotes all of his energy to assisting it in returning to its planet. But for their own self-serving ends, human sharks are attempting to capture the alien.
South Indian Movie, with more than 4500 visual effects shots, it is the first full-length live-action movie in Indian cinema history to have such a large amount of VFX shots. For this movie, the producers invested about ₹40 crore. The film is visually spectacular. Ruben handled editing, Nirav Shah handled photography, while A. R. Rahman provided the soundtrack for the movie. According to reports, the project would be completed lavishly and enlist the help of elite professionals.
Rakul Preet Singh was selected to play the female lead and mark Sivakarthikeyan’s debut collaboration. Sharad Kelkar, who was making his Tamil debut, was given a key role. After her 2001 film Narasimha, Bollywood actress Isha Koppikar made her comeback to Tamil cinema with her signing. She characterized her character Eliza as an assassin and femme fatale who was modeled after Lara Croft from Tomb Raider.
Ayalaan tells the narrative of an alien’s friendship with a child through music composed by AR Rahman. Sivakarthikeyan claims that the movie would be a full-fledged, action-packed family entertainment. The alien in Ayalaan was totally constructed by visual effects, in contrast to many American films like the Hindi film Koi… Mil Gaya (2003), where an actor plays an extraterrestrial after donning prosthetics. Actor Venkat Senguttuvan was substituted by the filmmakers for the extraterrestrial throughout the filming process.