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rat Chandra / Shakthi Vel then reveals that the car accident in which Sharat Chandra / Shakthi Vel's wife had died was caused by a drunken Akshay and Maya. Although Sharat Chandra / Shakthi Vel's daughter Amritha repeatedly calls for help, Maya tells Akshay to leave them be, due to which wife dies. Amritha had been in a coma for two years and when she woke up, she remembers the car license plate, which she tells her father, who tracks them down. It is revealed in a twist that Bhoomi is actually the adult Amritha, Sharat Chandra / Shakthi Vel's daughter, and this was an elaborate plan orchestrated by Sharat Chandra / Shakthi Vel and Amritha due to which Maya was killed. Sharat Chandra / Shakthi Vel further reveals that the glass of wine Amritha had offered Akshay before leaving contained BL-18 and it has been eight hours since it entered his bloodstream. Akshay then dies by a heart attack and Sharat Chandra / Shakthi Vel walks away from his dead body. Cast Arjun Sarja as Sharat Chandra (Kannada) / Shakthi Vel (Tamil) Shaam as Akshay Manisha Koirala as Maya Seetha as the chief doctor Aqsa Bhatt as Bhoomika Production Ramesh had narrated the story to Arjun who agreed to work on the film and helped contact Manisha Koirala about playing the film's leading female role. Shaam was selected to play the film's main antagonist, a role initially planned to be played by the director himself. Arjun also helped the makers get in touch with composer Ilaiyaraaja to compose two songs for the film. The team shot in Chennai in February 2015, with Oru Melliya Kodu, a dialogue taken from Gautham Menon's Yennai Arindhaal (2015), adapted as the film's Tamil title. In April 2015, actress Khushbu was approached to play Arjun's wife in the film but turned down the offer. The actress later sought a public clarification from the team if the story was based on the death of Indian businesswoman, Sunanda Pushkar, and urg ed the team to narrate the story with sensitivity. Ramesh, however, refused to confirm Kushboo's allegations and turned down her request of divulging the film's plot to the media. During December 2015, the director revealed that production was complete and that postproduction and censoring works were ongoi