CONFIRMED: Jyothika’s Ponmagal Vandhal To Release On OTT Platform!

Jyothika’s Ponmagal Vandhal to release on May 29th!

With the implementation of the nation-wide lockdown, the usage of OTT platforms has risen. It also seems like producers and directors are willing to take advantage of the situation by releasing their films on OTT platforms. Adding to that list is Jyothika’s upcoming film Ponmagal Vandhal produced by Suriya’s 2D Entertainment and directed by JJ Frederick.

The film will see Jyothika sporting the role of a lawyer. Suriya has confirmed on social media today that film will be releasing on Amazon Prime on the 29th of May. “We are excited and cant wait for you all to watch #PonmagalVandhalOnPrime from 29th May. She isn’t afraid to fight for what is right!.”


In an earlier article, we had tried to dissect the character of Jyothika from this film. With what the first and second look of the film potrays, there is definitely going to be a straight up storyline dealing with a social cause. From analysing the second look, looks like it that Jyothika will be seen talking about child rape and sexual abuse cases among many – indeed the need of the hour. The release of the first song shows a little girl in the frame and we are wondering if Jyo is sporting the role of a lawyer and a single mother in the film. This could also come along the lines of Naachiyar too.

Produced by Sakthi Film Factory and 2D Entertainment, the first look was launched by Suriya in 2019. The film is directed by JJ Fredrick and the music has been composed by Govind Vasantha of 96fame. The film will also star K Bhagyaraj, R Parthiban, Pandiarajan and Pratap Pothen in crucial roles.There are also reports that the actor might join hands with Aramm director Gopi Nainar for a new project. Apparently, Gopi Nainar has already pitched the story and impressed Jyothika with his narration. However, she is yet to officially sign on the dotted line.

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