The entire cast of the film poses for a click.
A site of the rural surroundings where most of the film has been shot.
Much parts of the movie was shot at Jog falls in Karnataka.
The technicians behind the scenes did a remarkable job in the movie.
'Kumki' is also released in Telugu as 'Gajaraju'.
The cinematography of 'Kumki' is done by Sukumar.
The film has been heavily applauded for the great performances by it's actors.
A look at how the crew of the film shooting at night.
Though the film progresses at an average pace, all kudos to an engaging and highly entertaining cast, the audience were hooked for more till the end.
Here's a look at what the makers of the film went through while taming an elephant.
Prabhu painted a simple love story that instantaneously struck a chord with the audience.
The film which was earlier titled 'Komban' and was shot across the forests of Kerala and Karnataka.
'Kumki' was produced by director N Lingusamy under the banner of Thirupathi Brothers.
Also, 'Kumki' has received a 'U' certificate from the Indian Censor Board.
'Kumki' talks about the lives of farmers in a village, Aadi Kadu where a wild elephant called Komban, has been causing havoc for many years.
The film's music has been composed by D Imman.
Be it the mountains in the background or the greenery spread across everything detail has been shot keeping the plot in mind.
Directed by Prabu Solomon,'Kumki' has actors Vikram Prabhu and Lakshmi Menon featuring in the lead roles.
The Tamil movie marks the debut of actor Vikram Prabhu in the industry.