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Andreah Jeremiah's next titled No Entry 

Produced by Jumbo Cinemas, No Entry is helmed by Azhagu Karthik, an erstwhile assistant of director SA Chandrasekhar

Published: 15th September 2020

Andrea Jeremiah, who was last seen in Vetri Maaran’s Vada Chennai, headlines a horror film that has been shot in Sohra (Cherrapunji). Titled No Entry, this is the first ‘full-length Tamil horror film’ to have been shot in this location. 

Produced by Jumbo Cinemas, which earlier backed Neeya 2, No Entry is helmed by Azhagu Karthik, an erstwhile assistant of director SA Chandrasekhar. The film also stars Adhav Kannadasan.

“A young couple staying at an isolated luxury place in a hilly area, get trapped by 15 dogs that hunt humans. No entry is an edge-of-the-seat thriller that will show how they handle the situation,” says the director in a statement. Fifteen trained german shepherd dogs were used for the shoot, and the crew has filmed for 45 days in the jungle.

No entry will have background score by Ajish, while its songs will be composed by K Karthik.

Andrea, who will also be seen in Vijay’s Master, has Ka, Maaligai and Aranmanai 3 in the pipeline as well. 

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