Remo, the rom-com written and directed by Bakkiyaraj Kannan, was released five years prior and set the sales registers ringing. The film had Sivakarthikeyan, Keerthy Suresh, Sathish, Rajendran, Saranya Ponvannan, Rajendran, Aadukalam Naren, and KS Ravikumar as a feature of the star cast. While Anirudh took care of the music of the film, the cinematography was by PC Sreeram and editing by Ruben.
Bakkiyaraj Kannan’s first directorial film
The movie denoted the presentation of Bakkiyaraj Kannan as a director and he later proceeded to coordinate Karthi and Rashmika Mandanna’s Sulthan. Remo was a triumph in the cinematic world and the film got three assignments at the 64th Filmfare Awards South and different awards. It was revamped in Odia as Sister Sridevi.
Sivakarthikeyan’s in lady get up
We hear that Sivakarthikeyan’s woman outfit in the film was roused by Kamal Haasan’s Avvai Shanmughi. The entertainer had uncovered in a meeting that he lost 9 kilos to play the personality of attendant Remo (the short type of Regina Motwani, which is a mix of the names of the entertainers Regina Cassandra and Hansika Motwani, who had both worked with Sivakarthikeyan before).
The second film of Sivakarthikeyan and Keerthy Suresh
The film denoted the meeting up of the hit pair Sivakarthikeyan and Keerthy Suresh, who had prior collaborated for the family performer Rajini Murugan. It is said that Shruti Haasan, Samantha Ruth Prabhu, and Amy Jackson, as well, were drawn nearer to play the main woman, yet the job, in the long run, went to Keerthy. Sri Divya showed up in the film
The film stoked controversy for encouraging stalking
In the film, Sivakarthikeyan’s person follows Keerthy’s person all through the film, and this welcomed a ton of analysis, particularly in the consequence of the Swathi murder episode in Chennai’s Nungambakkam railroad station. Missions and conversations had additionally started against the glorification of following in Tamil film. Afterward, Sivakarthikeyan said that he would not have such scenes in his movies in the future.