Gautham Vasudev Menon's Karthik Dial Seytha Yenn released
Reported By 21 May 2020
The short opens with Simbu as Karthik from VTV, presently a chief, attempting to compose a scene in his content "Un Kaaladi thadathil" with a character named Divya. As he discovers trouble in continuing with the scene, he chooses to call his adoration Jessie. Trisha as Jessie goes to Karthik's call, and he uncovers he knows she's in Kerala, and that he saw her on her sister's Facebook post.
Karthik and Jessie have a discussion about her twin children, her significant other and his locale administrations and Kerala's less Coronavirus cases. And afterward Karthik says he needs Jessie's affection and that he's feeling the loss of her adoration big time that he was unable to work, and is feeling the most minimal of lows. When Karthik requests that her tell an "I Love you", Jessie says it for the good of he, and proceeds to clarify how she has proceeded onward from her affection with Karthik to a similarly wonderful world with her better half and children. She includes that Karthik's an infant, and her affection to him is protective now, and that he's her third youngster. Jessie persuades him that performance centers will be back soon, and individuals will commend his works and advises him to compose more. As they offer interesting comments, Jessie affirms if Karthik's inclination better now, and as Karthik affirms, they disengage, and now Karthik, with recharged vitality starts his romantic tale.
The end credits move with the content titled Kamal and Kadambari (a romantic tale set in London arranged by Gautham Vasudev Menon for Suriya). With AR Rahman's vocals and a mitigating foundation score returning us 10 years to the VTV days, and the unobtrusive Simbu as Karthik and the pretty Trisha as a develop, understandings Jessie convey slick exhibitions in this stunning short, which can be viewed as a forerunner to vtv 2. How about we check whether Gautham Vasudev Menon makes a declaration of Vinnaithaandi Varuvaaya 2 not long after the lockdown closes!