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Naai Sekar Returns to stream on this platform after theatrical run 

The film stars Vadivelu in the lead role 

Published: 29th November 2022
Naai Sekar Returns poster

Naai Sekar Returns, the much-awaited upcoming film starring Vadivelu in the lead role, which is set to release in theatres on December 9, will stream on Netflix after its theatrical run, the makers announced.

While Netflix has bagged the streaming rights, Sun TV has acquired the satellite rights.

The upcoming film marks the return of the comedian to the big screens after a gap of five years. Vadivelu was last seen in Mersal which released in 2017.

Naai Sekar Returns is directed by filmmaker Suraaj and backed by Lyca Productions. The film has Santhosh Narayanan as the music composer. Naai Sekar Returns also stars Redin Kingsley, Shivangi, and Lollu Sabha Maaran among others. The Suraaj directorial, which has the filmmaker collaborating with Vadivelu for the fourth time in Naai Sekar Returns, features the actor as a detective. It is to be noted that Naai Sekar is a famous comical character that Vadivelu played in the 2006 Tamil film Thalai Nagaram, which was directed by Suraaj. However the new film does not appear to have any connections with the older one.

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