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Rasavathi
OTT
Release:

“Rasavathi,” starring
Arjun
Das
and
Tanya
Ravichandran
in
the
lead
roles,
was
released
in
cinemas
on
May
10,
2024.
It
started
streaming
digitally
on
the
Aha
Tamil
OTT
platform
on
June
21st.

“Rasavathi,”
directed
by
Santhakumar,
known
for
his
acclaimed
work
in
‘Mouna
Guru’ and
‘Magamuni,’
intricately
intertwines
a
storyline
that
bridges
the
past
and
present,
unfolding
against
the
backdrop
of
present-day
Kodaikanal.

The
story
spans
three
pivotal
phases
in
the
protagonist’s
life,
played
by
Arjun
Das,
blending
romance,
action,
and
crime.
Set
across
diverse
locations
such
as
Kodaikanal,
Madurai,
Cuddalore,
and
Palani,
the
film
captures
the
essence
of
each
setting,
which
is
crucial
to
its
storyline.

Rasavathi
Cast

The
film
explores
complex
relationship
dynamics,
delving
deep
into
emotions
like
love,
anger,
revenge,
and
grief.
Sujith
Shanker,
known
for
his
role
in
Maheshinte
Prathikaaram,
takes
on
the
role
of
the
antagonist.
Supporting
characters
include
GM
Sundar,
Sujatha,
Ramya
Subramaniyan,
Reshma
Venkatesh,
Rishikanth,
Arul
Jothi,
and
Deepa.

Rasavathi
Leaked
Online

Unfortunately,
within
hours
of
its
release
on
the
OTT
platform,
the
movie
“Rasavathi” fell
prey
to
piracy.
The
movie,
directed
by
Santhakumar,
became
a
victim
of
illegal
copying
and
content
sharing
through
unscrupulous
websites
as
positive
reviews
of
the
movie
began
to
circulate.
The
links
to
the
leaked
content
of
“Rasavathi”
were
widespread
across
the
internet.

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