Party: Venkat Prabhu's long-delayed film to hit the screens in September
Director Venkat Prabhu's Party, featuring a bunch of talented actors in the industry, was supposed to hit the screens last year in April. However, due to financial issues, the makers couldn't release the film on time.
Later, the director got busy with the pre-production of STR's Maanadu and there were hardly any updates regarding the film's release date. Now, there are reports that the producer of the film, T Siva of Amma creations, has decided to release it in the first week of September.
T Siva had earlier revealed that the team was planning to release the film in May. However, due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, they have now decided to postponed the release date to September. An official announcement is likely to be made post lockdown.
Party is a romantic entertainer and major portions of it were shot in Goa. The film has an ensemble cast which includes Chandran, Shiva, Jai, Shaam, Sathyaraj, Nassar, Jayaram, Suresh, Sampath Raj, Ramya Krishnan, Regina Cassandra, Sanchita Shetty and Nivetha Pethuraj.
Director Venkat Prabhu's last outing was Chennai-28 II the sequel to the 2007 sleeper hit and cult Chennai 28.
Before the lockdown was announced, the director was busy with the shooting of Simbu's Maanadu at Ramoji Rao Film City in Hyderabad. Featuring Simbu and Kalyani Priyadarshan in the lead, the film is touted to be a political thriller.