Diwali is just a few days away. Deepavali holidays are a lot of days, and such days of holidays are the big films released. Generally, two days prior to Deepavali, the films will be released. But this time, Deepavali in Wednesday is the only release of the day.
Booking starts 10 days in the days of ‘Deepavali’. But the problem with the film ‘Mersal‘ and the struggle of the Tamil Nadu government last year since the last 6th day has been putting the booking off. “The booking will start from Monday,” said Abhirami Ramanathan, president of the Theater Owners Association.
DeepavaliVijay’s ‘Mersal’ film is somehow involved in the release of Deepavali to the production company Teenandal Studio Limited. Vijay has acted in three roles and has three heroines like Nithya Menon, Kajal Agarwal and Samantha. SJ Surya played the villain in the film following Mahesh Babu’s ‘Spider’.
After a long break, Vijay and Vadivelu joined the film. Not only that, Vadivelu – Coimbatore Sarala Alliance has joined the film several years later. Sathyaraj, Sathyan, Yogi Babu and Motta Rajendran are also in the cast. AR Rahman has set music for this film.
Directed by Karthik Subaraj, ‘Maya Mana’ has also been officially announced to be released to Deepavali. Vaibhav is the heroine of this movie, which is mixed in the small screen, Priya Bhavani Shankar is the heroine. The film, directed by Ratnakumar, has already appeared in the name of ‘Mad’. Santhosh Narayanan – Pradeep Kumar has composed the music for this film.
Sarathkumar’s ‘Madam Daya 2’ film is also in the Deepavali release competition. The super hit song ‘Trabic’ has already been remade as ‘One Day in Chennai’. The second part is followed by the success of the film starring Sarath Kumar, Cheran, Radhika, Jayaprakash. In this, Sarath Kumar, Ajay, Napolean, Suhasini, Munnisanth have played the cast. Jepiar. Has directed this image.
The movie ‘Kadavaveeran’ is already announced that it will be released to Deepavali and Arjun has not been released as his daughter Aishwarya Arjun directed ‘Natadawava’.