Udanpirappe is a unique undertaking for Jyotika as it is her 50th film.
Jyotika’s Udanpirappe is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video from 14 Oct 2021
Without precedent for her vocation, Jyotika will be seen playing a village woman in the film Udanpirappe. Also, she didn’t need to search far for contributions to get into the skin of her person, because of her mother-in-law and Suriya’s extended family members, who still live in their native villages.
“I did refer to a lot of characters in real life while preparing for it. My inspiration is my mother-in-law at home and a lot of other women, who I have known for 15 years since my marriage. My husband’s entire family belongs to little villages around Coimbatore. And I picked up a lot of things from my conversations with all the ladies in the family,” Jyotika told sources
In light of the trailer, Udanpirappe appears to be a return to the 90s tragedy. What’s more, it appears to be Udanpirappe’s wistful heave is one reason why Jyotika accepted this film.
“I was attracted to this film because it offered me a character that I hadn’t done before. When you play characters from different age groups, it makes you feel complete and it is a fulfilling experience,” she added.
And the actor is convinced that she couldn’t have asked for a better role to mark this milestone in her career. “I was able to perform the biggest strength of women in this film. That’s silence. Because about 90 percent of women are living in silence, but they are strong. They are silent but strong. It is the most beautiful character I have played in my career,” she said.
Udanpirappe is the second film of the four-film bargain that Suriya‘s 2D Entertainment has endorsed with Amazon Prime Video. The principal movie was director Arisil Moorthy’s political Raman Aandalum Ravanan Aandalum.
Udanpirappe is written and directed by Era Saravanan. the film stars Sasikumar, Samuthirakani, Kalaiyarasan, and Soori in key jobs.