The trailer of Suriya starrer Etharkkum Thunindhavan launched on Wednesday. The movie will hit the theatres on March 10.
The trailer of Suriya’s forthcoming Tamil movie Etharkkum Thunindhavan (ET), which gears up for launch in cinemas on March 10, was unveiled on Tuesday. Tipped to be a revenge-based thriller, the movie sees Suriya go from a life-saving lawyer in his critically acclaimed final movie Jai Bhim to a ruthless, life-taking hero in ET. The trailer even incorporates a dialogue the place Suriya says when he wears the black gown, he’s a lawyer in entrance of a decide however when he wears his dhoti; he’s the decide. Additionally Learn: Joyful birthday Suriya: His new movie known as Etharkkum Thunindhavan, makers unveil 3 posters
Directed by Pandiraj, ET is being described a movie that touches upon the surprising Pollachi rape incident and the way a brother of a sufferer vows to take revenge. Going by the trailer, this seems to be like a narrative that unfolds each in opposition to a rural in addition to metropolis backdrop.
Going by the visuals within the trailer, it seems to be just like the movie will likely be excessive on motion. Nonetheless, some strains that discuss ladies being the weaker intercourse, do sound problematic and sexist. The movie additionally stars Vinay, Sathyaraj, Saranya Ponvannan and Priyanka Arul Mohan in key roles.
Suriya has a busy line up of initiatives. His subsequent movie with Vetrimaaran titled Vaadivasal relies on a well-liked Tamil novel of the identical identify. It marks the maiden collaboration of Suriya and Vetrimaaran. Vaadivasal, written by CS Chellapa, is the story a few bull and the one who captures it.
Vaadivasal will unfold in opposition to the backdrop of Jallikattu, the traditional sport practiced in Tamil Nadu by which a bull must be captured. It is going to be produced by Kalaipuli S. Thanu, who had bankrolled Vetrimaaran’s final movie Asuran, starring Dhanush.
Suriya additionally has a yet-untitled Tamil movie with director Bala, with whom he had already labored collectively in movies corresponding to Nandha and Pithamagan.
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