Actress Haripriya’s edge-of-seat thriller ‘Mask’ Aadhiraajan’s production and directorial venture titled ‘Mask’
Filmmaker Aadhiraajan, whose directorial ventures like Silandhi, Ranathanthra (Kannada) have gained him groovy reception followed by decent expectations for his forthcoming movies ‘Aruva Sanda’ and ‘Ninaivellam Neeyada’ that features a musical score by Isaignani Ilaiyaraaja gears up for his next directorial titled ‘Mask’. Apart from writing and directing, Aadhiraajan is producing this movie as well.
Actor Vijaya Raghavendra, the brother-in-law of Late Kannada Superstar Puneeth Rajkumar, who had won the National award for his stellar performance in his childhood phase itself, is playing the lead role.
Haripriya, one of the leading actresses in the Kannada and Telugu industry, who is currently performing the female lead character in Sasikumar’s upcoming film ‘Common Man’ is playing the heroine’s character.
She will be exhibiting her prowess in performances, and turning the spotlight with a newfangled glamorous appeal in this movie. Apart from these brilliant actors, the others in the star cast include4 Aishwarya, Vishal Hegde, and many others.
Cinematography Rajesh K Narayanan, who owns a fabulous array of successful movies for his visual magic is cranking the camera.
Music director M Karthik, who has composed music for ‘Silandhi’ and many Telugu movies is collaborating with director Aadhiraajan again. It is worth mentioning that he has created unique magic with his background score in this movie.
Editor Srikanth Gowda of India’s biggest blockbuster ‘KGF’ fame is handling editing for this movie.
I. Radhika and Kalai Kumar (Choreography) and Mass Matha (Stunt) are the other technicians involved in this project.
M.R. Raja Krishnan, who has done sound mixing for many epical movies including Mohanlal’s ‘Maraikkayar’, is handling sound mixing for this movie as well.
The lyrics are penned by Sneghan and Aadhiraajan.
Currently, the postproduction work is happening in full swing.
Shedding lights on ‘Mask’, director Aadhiraajan says, “Women across Chennai, Bangalore, Coimbatore, and Madurai are mysteriously murdered in the same pattern. The police department is perplexed to bring a conclusion whether it’s murder, suicide, or something involving supernatural elements. As the investigation intensifies, the mystery gets unraveled with a shocking revelation. The screenplay is intensely set around the theme of women getting into trouble with the privilege of extreme freedom. The film’s climax ends at an unpredictable angle.
Six digital cameras have been used to shoot this movie.
The movie has been shot across Chennai, Bangalore, Mysore, and Goa.
The film will be a wholesome treat for the diehard fans of thriller movie genres.”