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Vijay Antony's Tamilarasan promises a hostage thriller

It is directed by Babu Yogeswaran, who had earlier made the 2005 Jayam Ravi-starrer Daas

Published: 11th December 2022

The trailer of Vijay Antony's long-delayed film Tamilarasan is out. It is directed by Babu Yogeswaran, who had earlier made the 2005 Jayam Ravi-starrer Daas.

From the trailer, it is learnt that Vijay Antony plays a policeman's role. He lives with his son and wife, essayed by Remya Nambessan. At a particular point, Vijay Antony's character is forced to hold a hospital hostage. Veteran Malayalam actor Suresh Gopi plays a doctor who gets trapped inside with others, while Radha Ravi and Sonu are seen as cops who head the rescue mission. Sangeetha, Munishkanth, Robo Shankar, and Yogi Babu also feature in the teaser, from which the film looks like a gripping race-against-time thriller.

Tamilarasan has music composed by Ilaiyaraaja, while the cinematography is handled by RD Rajasekhar. The film produced by S Kowsalya Rani has been confirmed as a December release.

Meanwhile, Vijay Antony has a slew of films such as Agni Siragugal, Mazhai Pidikkaadha Manidhan, Pichaikkaran 2, Khaki, Ratham, and Kolai in various stages of production.

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