Harry Productions pays Homage to the Ethirneechal hero - In Loving Memory of G. Marimuthu

With heavy hearts and deep sorrow, we convey the news of the passing of our dear colleague and friend, G. Marimuthu. As a cherished member of our team at Harry Productions, Marimuthu played an indispensable role in our upcoming movie project With heavy hearts and deep sorrow, we convey the news of the passing of our dear colleague and friend, G. Marimuthu. As a cherished member of our team at Harry Productions, Marimuthu played an indispensable role in our upcoming movie project. His absence has left a void that cannot be filled. In this blog post, we pay homage to a remarkable individual whose journey from humble beginnings to cinematic stardom continues to inspire us. We also remember the significant contributions he made to our project and the film industry as a whole.

A Journey Rooted in Humility and Dedication:

Born on the 12th of July in 1966, in the tranquil district of Theni, Tamil Nadu, G. Marimuthu embarked on an extraordinary odyssey that transitioned him from an agrarian backdrop to the enchanting realm of the Tamil film industry. Despite hailing from a farming family, Marimuthu's unwavering determination led him to Chennai, where he harbored dreams of becoming a film director. His spark of inspiration ignited after witnessing Bharathiraja's magnum opus, "Muthal Mariyathai," released in 1985.

A Relentless Pursuit of Excellence:

Marimuthu's initial days in Chennai were far from glamorous. He diligently worked as a waiter in hotels, where he serendipitously connected with the esteemed lyricist, Vairamuthu, thanks to their shared passion for literature. This chance encounter eventually propelled him into the world of cinema, where he served as an assistant director to illustrious filmmakers such as Rajkiran, Mani Ratnam, Vasanth, Seeman, Rajiv Menon, and S. J. Surya. His unwavering commitment and innate talent opened doors, culminating in a co-director role for Silambarasan's "Manmadhan" in 2004.

A Directorial Debut That Resonated:

 In 2008, G. Marimuthu made his directorial debut with "Kannum Kannum," a romantic gem that, although not a box office juggernaut, received acclaim for its unvarnished portrayal of love. The film underscored Marimuthu's potential as a director unafraid to challenge conventions. He continued to explore unique narratives with "Pulivaal" (2014), adapted from the Malayalam film "Chaappa Kurishu" (2011).

An Evolution into Acting:

As the 2010s dawned, Marimuthu embarked on a graceful transition into acting. His debut role as a corrupt police officer in "Yuddham Sei" (2011) marked the inception of a new chapter in his career. Subsequently, he delivered memorable performances in films like "Aarohanam," "Nimirndhu Nil," and "Komban," often embodying the role of a valiant police officer. His exceptional acting prowess, combined with his friendly demeanor, endeared him to both audiences and industry insiders alike.

A Source of Inspiration:

 Marimuthu's remarkable journey, from the humble village of Theni to the glitzy corridors of the film industry, served as a beacon of inspiration to countless aspiring artists. His life story demonstrated that humility, unwavering dedication, and a genuine love for one's craft could conquer any obstacle.

A Painful Farewell:

On the fateful day of 8th September 2023, G. Marimuthu left this world, leaving behind a legacy that will forever illuminate the annals of the film industry. His sudden departure was a profound loss, not only for our film project but for the entire cinematic community. His warm personality and approachability endeared him to everyone fortunate enough to collaborate with him.

A Cornerstone of Our Project:

 As we proceed with our upcoming movie, we carry with us the memory of G. Marimuthu, a cornerstone of our creative endeavor. Although his physical presence is no longer with us, his spirit will continue to inspire us to pursue excellence in our craft.

Our Founder Vinod Senthil's Personal Connection:


Amidst our sorrow, we cherish the heartfelt connection between our Managing Director, Vinod Senthil T., and the late G. Marimuthu. Their collaboration was a profound testament to Marimuthu's dedication. For Vinod Senthil, it transcended work—it was an encounter with Marimuthu's passion and humility, leaving an everlasting mark. In the realm of filmmaking, the deepest impressions are often the bonds we forge. As we remember G. Marimuthu's exceptional legacy, we also celebrate the enduring personal connection that touched our hearts, reminding us that true greatness lies not only in talent but in the impact we have on each other's lives.

Directors Duo:

It's worth noting that our directors, Sathish and Praveen, had the privilege of working closely with Marimuthu in our project. Their collaboration was a testament to Marimuthu's professionalism and dedication to his craft, leaving an indelible mark on our team.

In Loving Memory:

 In conclusion, we bid farewell to G. Marimuthu with heavy hearts but profound gratitude for the inspiration he provided and the joy he brought to our lives. May he rest in eternal peace, knowing that his contributions will forever be an integral part of our project and our hearts.

Rest in peace, Marimuthu Sir. You will be sorely missed.

We hope you will be our guardian angel, watching over us, our team, and our project, guiding us toward success.

About Us

Harry productions is a new age cinema house which is adapting to the technology of the future still holding on the beauty of the cinema from the past. Our passion is VFX and how it can be used for storytelling while keeping the aesthetics and soul of the cinema intact. Characters in the story can explore prosthetics and bring the creativity of the actors and give them chance to make the most imaginative narratives to be a reality.