‘Super Deluxe’ Trailer Review: Thiagarajan Kumararaja’s Second Coming Is A Story About An Impossible Situation

Super Deluxe is a movie starring Vijay Sethupathi, Fahadh Faasil, Samantha Akkineni, Ramya Krishnan, Mysskin, Bucks and others, directed by Thiagarajan Kumararaja of Aaranjya Kaandam fame. Fans of the cult 2011 hit have been waiting for the second coming of Kumararaja for a while now, and YNot picking up the movie was welcomed through out the film community, and the trailer was released today amid high expectations.

Samantha Ruth Prabhu Joins Vijay Sethupathi In Thiagarajan Kumararaja’s Next Film

This is Thiagarajan Kumararaja’s second film after his debut directorial Aaranya Kaandam (2011), a gangster film revolving around the inadvertent theft of a bag of cocaine.Interestingly, while from Samantha’s side the news of her casting has been confirmed, the director has neither confirmed nor denied these reports. “Nothing is confirmed or official yet.

Behind The Scenes Of Vijay Sethupathi Dubbing For ‘Super Deluxe’ Goes Viral

The trailer of director Thiagarajan Kumararaja’s much awaited Super Deluxe released last Friday, with Vijay Sethupathi’s frenetically-paced monologue telling us the story of a person caught between a tiger, a snake, and an abyss. Predictably, the trailer went viral. And, on Sunday, a video clip of the actor dubbing the dialogue for the trailer released.

Aaranya Kaandam In Hindi

Thiagarajan Kumararaja’s Aaranya Kaandam is being remade in Hindi. The critically acclaimed Tamil film from 2011 is being adapted for Bollywood by screenwriter Karthik Krishnan, under the supervision of Kumararaja. The Hindi version will be set in Hyderabad and casting will begin shortly.

Ajeeb Daastaans Review: Three Shorts and a Neeraj Ghaywan Masterclass

Babloo (Jaideep Ahlawat) tells Lipakshi (Fatima Sana Shaikh) that he loved someone else, this is a marriage of convenience, a business deal and avows that there’ll never be an offspring to present to his father.Bharti (Konkona Sen Sharma bringing the butch) is a “craftsman” among machine-men according to her Brahmin boss who recruits a woman from his caste – Aditi Rao Hydari’s Priya Sharma – for the data operator job that Bharti was eyeing.

Kuthiraivaal Review: Down the Rabbit Hole

Stained glass and wavy figures define Saravanan’s flat and even the world outside the window with trains screeching on the tracks (sound design by Anthony Ruban; background score by Pradeep Kumar and Maarten Visser) and a subway passing look two dimensional, as if they were painted on.The Tamil film directed by Manoj Leonel Jahson and Shyam Sunder and produced by Pa Ranjith’s Neelam Productions and Yaazhi Films, screened at Berlin Critics’ Week after its premiere at IFFK.

Why The South’s Embrace Of Screenwriters Can Only Mean Good News For Cinema

Rahul Ravindran who won the National Award For Best Original Screenplay for his debut directorial Chi La Sow, and adapted a French film for his second, Manmadhudu 2, says that while he loves writing, he’s always open to working with someone else’s content, especially, if it’s something he’s not capable of writing himself. “Writing and direction are two completely different skill-sets, and they need not go together.

From Aadai To Super Deluxe, The Best Costumes Of Tamil Cinema 2019

If there was one question I heard a lot before, during and after Rathna Kumar’s Aadai released, it was “Why do you need a costume designer for a film that doesn’t require clothes?The clothes she designed for the actor took into account the context of the character like the weather conditions without compromising on the style quotient in both timelines.

2019’s Best Ensemble Cast In Tamil Cinema

But Pavel Navageethan’s choice of casting debutants Ram Arun Castro and Vishnu Priya, who carry the film on their shoulders seemed to work just fine owing to their performances.From Shilpa to Vembu to Berlin, the film had amazing performances by Vijay Sethupathi, Samantha Akkineni, Bagavathi Perumal, Fahad Faasil, Gayathrie and more.

Weekend Watch: ‘Airaa’, ‘Super Deluxe’, Lucifer’ – A Week Where Big Names Clash At The Box Office

The weekend is big for Tamil as Vijay Sethupati-starrer Super Deluxe and Nayanthara-starrer Airaa engage in a face off at the box office. In Malayalam, the stage has been set for Lucifer that marks actor Prithviraj Sukumaran’s directorial debut as well as his collaboration with Mohanlal. Films such as Junglee, Notebook and Gone Kesh – headlined by smaller stars takes centrestage in Hindi – a rare occurrence.

Samantha Akkineni To Play Dual Roles In ‘Majili’ And ‘O Baby! Yentha Sakkagunnave’

Samantha Akkineni, last seen in the bilingual horror-thriller U-Turn, is said to play dual roles in her upcoming films. According to a report in a Tamil daily, she plays the wife of Chaitanya and a school girl (in the flashback) in Majili while in O Baby! Yentha Sakkagunnave, she essays both the younger and older characters. There was speculation that another actor would be roped in to play the older role, but now it is confirmed that Samantha would use special makeup to essay both roles.