The release of Jyothika-starrer Kaatrin Mozhi has been pushed to November, to avoid a clash with other Tamil films scheduled to open in theatres this month. The film, a remake of Vidya Balan-starrer Tumhari Sulu, was earlier scheduled to be released on October 18. A new date has not been announced, but the makers announced on Wednesday that the film will be released after Diwali (November 7).
The slate for October 18 includes Vishal-starrer Sandakozhi 2, Suresh Shanmugam’s Thirupathi Samy Kudumbam, VP Viji’s Ezhumin and C Velmathi’s Andava Kanoom.
Directed by Radha Mohan and also starring Vidaarth and Lakshmi Manchu, Kaatrin Mozhi narrates the story of Vijayalakshmi (Jyothika), an enterprising housewife who finds a new lease on life as a radio jockey for a late-night show.
Tumhari Sulu, directed by Suresh Triveni, opened on November 17, 2017, to critical and commercial acclaim. The film also starred Manav Kaul and Neha Dhupia.