You must have some lofty impression of the Tamil cinema industry! i think you are assuming. There must be a script somewhere! Somebody must be typing in Tamil. Somebody must be finalising it and after the shoot, converting It to a particular format, and uploading it! In reality, a lot of the writers cannot write a page without mistakes. T do not type in Tamil, so t write on paper, with no standard formatting whatsoever. That is why when the director is asked by the producer how long the movie is, t usually have no idea, but will mention how many scenes there are! Once some kind of draft is arrived at, it gets hacked by the dialogue writer who is a different person the star loves to get his punch dialogues from. That writer does not read the rest of the script, and often is on set to do his work. Rarely, there is a bound script as with some of the new producers who insist, but there may not even be a soft copy. Even if there is, t do not want to share it, as t may either be insecure since not much stayed the same in the production, it may just be bad writing, with terrible grammar, or something may be considered top secret! You’ve got hopes!
Do not lose them now. Just like in cinema, the more money a producer or director is in this business, the more demanding it gets, as you can hardly write the same script twice without the scriptwriter's input. So, if you are not in the bottom rung, you should not expect more help if you call. We are only looking for the most basic, simple structure. We write the script on a pad, and hand it to a writer who comes up with a couple of revisions, then the script is handed back to us, and we do the editing! That is how the industry works, with good and honest people making each other better! With that said, let's go to another topic! As I mentioned earlier, it is very difficult to write or shoot a Tamil movie. How do you get the characters across in a language as rich.