“Karate Should Not Fail”
The movie named Victory. Does the name match the movie? Victory is a story about a young Malaysian Karate champion’s struggle and sacrifices to achieve his dreams. This Victory was produced by former Karate National Head Coach of Malaysia the famous P. Arivalagan,
We have watched many sports centered movie from South Indian cinemas. Something similar to it, but this sport-centered film star karate exponents such as Theeban, Yaaminii, siblings Jamaliah and Shaharudin Jamaludin and C. Maalani. With real-life athletes performing in this movie, this will certainly add to the dimension of reality. Besides the karate exponents, Victory will also include seasoned actors such as Sasitharan, Ghana, Ben G, Kavitha Thiagarajan, Adam Corrie and Zack Taipan.
Theeban playing the central role with Yaaminii as the lead female. Ghana, as usual, appears to be essaying the role of a comedian as Champion Muthu. The opening scene of the trailer sets the tone of the movie. Award-winning composer Jay has crafted the songs in the movie. Written and directed by P. Rams and the movie are produced under the banner of Rivala Productions.
“Despite having achieved scores of results in karate, I still wanted to achieve something for karate which I loved, which was a big part of my life” said the producer P. Arivalagan.
“So I went on to produce a Karate Movie with hopes that it would inspire and motivate the younger generation to experience the greatest of karate. I too wanted to show people of the sacrifices made by national athletes, hardwork, dedication, and discipline upheld by National Athletes who inspire to bring glory for the country, community and family,” he added.
As Victory involved karate, we could not accept anything less than the best. All sports persons, particularly Karatekas, would surely feel proud watching Victory. They had done their best, now audience have to help make Victory a Victorious Local Movie creating history in Malaysia.
Please show your support when Victory hits the theater on 13th November 2014.