Nayanthara's Connect censored
Directed by Ashwin Saravanan, Connect marks his reunion with Nayanthara after Maya
Nayanthara's upcoming horror film Connect has been censored with a U/A certificate. With the censor formalities done, the film is now confirmed for release on December 22. Interestingly, the makers are planning to release the 99-minute-long film in theatres without an intermission.
22.12.22— Vignesh Shivan (@VigneshShivN) November 30, 2022
Vaanga let’s #Connect in cinemas !
See u in theatres from 22.12.22 wit our first attempt!
A film without interval
99 minutes of Horror-Entertianment at one Go
Certified U/A - so come as families & enjoy this brilliant piece of work frm
Dir @Ashwin_saravana pic.twitter.com/R7YvdcEFb9
Directed by Ashwin Saravanan, Connect marks his reunion with Nayanthara after Maya (2015), which was also a horror thriller. Set during the pandemic-induced nationwide lockdown period, Connect is scripted by Ashwin and his partner Kaavya Ramkumar. They had co-written the director's 2019 film Game Over as well.
Connect also stars Anupam Kher, Vinay Rai, Sathyaraj, and child actor Haniya Nafisa in pivotal roles. The film has music by Prithvi Chandrasekhar and cinematography by Manikantan Ramachary. Richard Kevin is the editor. It is produced by Vignesh Shivan's Rowdy Pictures.