Thursday, June 28, 2012
Sivappu Mazhai - World's Fastest Film Produced (Script to Screen)
The shortest time taken to make a feature length film from scripting to screening is 11 days 23 hours and 45 minutes for Sivappu Mazhai (India, 2009) produced in Chennai, India, from 22 May to 3 June 2009. The world fastest movie is scheduled for theatrical release on April 2010 around the world.
The producer and lead actor is Arulanantham Suresh Joachim (Canada) whilst Meera Jasmine, Vivek and Suman play other prominent roles. When people take several months to years to make a film Suresh along with 1,000 crew completed the 2 hours and 3 minutes length movie in 11 days 23 hours and 45 minutes. The clock started as soon as the script writer started to write the script. The Kollywood film industry and the artistes, who worked on this film, are very satisfied with the results and very proud of this achievement. This film was made from May 22, 2009 @ 6:30pm to June 3, 2009 @ 6:15pm. The film was made in 11 days 23 hours & 45 minutes (starting from writing the story, screenplay, composing 4 songs, title, shooting up to 60 scenes and editing it into a two-hour feature length film.
The film revolves around Nandhan (Suresh Joachim), a Lankan youth who kidnaps Meera Jasmine, a Minister's daughter and a television journalist. The Minister (Suman) is helped by the Director General of Police (Rajeev) and his subordinate (Bose Venkat) to rescue Meera. Things take a turn when they get an interesting demand from Nandhan seeking the release of a Lankan national detained by police. Why and for what the demand is forms the crux.
I don’t claim the information to be my own. The information is compiled from different sources