"I would also like to thank N. Lingusamy and N. Subash Chandra Bose for accepting the small budget project and having faith in my film. They were the big support and strength for the film's victory, said Milton."
Chennai, May 4 - Tamil blockbuster Goli Soda has completed glorious 100 days at cinema halls and director Vijay Milton, who is elated about the success, has thanked his cast and crew for the success.

The film, featuring four children in the lead, completed 100 days May 3. It is the coming-of-age story of a few street urchins.

First and foremost, I would like to thank the cast of 'Goli Soda' for giving their best performances and support, especially the kids who acted and adjusted their school time and studies and contributed their best, Milton said in a statement.

Secondly, very big thanks to all my technicians, who within the short span of time and space, delivered the best quality output for the film, he added.

He also thanked his producers for having faith in his low-budget film.

I would also like to thank N. Lingusamy and N. Subash Chandra Bose for accepting the small budget project and having faith in my film. They were the big support and strength for the film's victory, said Milton.

Produced on a low-budget of about Rs.2 crore, the film managed to mint over Rs.15 crore in the first few weeks.


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