The film Asuran was based on a novel called Vekkai by author Poomani. The film Asuran starring south megastar Dhanush got a thundering response from the fans and film audience. The film Asuran helmed by director Vetri Maaran, also has crossed the 100-crore mark at the box office. The fans of the megastar Dhanush have celebrated the film Asuran raking huge numbers at the box office. Now, in an interview with The Times of India, author Poomani has said that the trend of adapting films has always been there. The author further said that the trend of making novels into films points to the lack of good and strong writers in the Tamil film industry.
The film Asuran with south megastar Dhanush in the lead saw the lives of villagers in a risky situation after their livelihood is in danger. The Dhanush starrer’s trailer too had created a stir among the fans and film audience when it was released. The film Asuran sees the lead actor Dhanush in an intense and rugged look. The Vetri Maaran directorial also feature Malayalam actress Manju Warrier. The highly anticipated film Asuran marked the debut of the Malayalam actress Manju Warrier in Tamil films. The gorgeous actress in an interview had stated that she gave an instant nod to the film Asuran.
The fans and film audience across the country have loved and applauded the entire cast and crew’s efforts for making such a powerful film. Vekkai by author Poomani also said during the interview that when the novels get converted into film, they automatically reach out to a larger audience.