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Mumbai, October 8 (CINEWS): The powerhouse of ability, the reference book of filmmaking, and maybe, India’s most flexible on-screen character, Kamal Haasan has had a magnificent year in this way. While his film Uttama Villain accomplished discriminating recognition, his flick Papanasam raked great cash at the film industry.
What’s more, now the on-screen character is back to strike the extra-large screen for the third time this year with Tamil-Telugu bilingual Thoongaavanam/Cheekati Rajyam. Said to be the redo of French film Sleepless Night, Thoongaavanam is expected discharge this Diwali. Subsequent to discharging a kick ass first trailer, the film’s creators have divulged a similarly charming second trailer. I took a sneak look into the trailer and this is the thing that I considered it:
It is extremely uncommon now-a-days that a major film uncovers its plot in the trailer. Yet, it would appear that Kamal Haasan is not perplexed in demonstrating his cards as this new trailer uncovers a great deal about the storyline. Kamal Haasan plays a separated father cum cop, who adores his child beyond a reasonable doubt. Despite the fact that he is a hovering father, he has a dark side as he is thought to be a standout amongst the most degenerate officer in Narcotics division. Prakash Raj plays the scalawag who grabs Kamal’s child and requests his sack of cocaine to be conveyed back to him. Be that as it may, complexities emerges when a medication ruler Sampath takes the pack leaving Kamal Haasan to do a wild goose pursue to spare his child. In the meantime, Trisha and Kishore play exploring officers who are staying informed concerning Kamal Haasan’s developments. By what means will our saint leave this pickle frames the story’s peak. Much the same as the first trailer, there is a ton of activity, apropos bolstered by kickass foundation scored by Ghibran. We get the chance to hear a considerable measure of Kamal Haasan dialogs as the virtuoso performing artist nails his part to flawlessness. All the supporting on-screen characters figure out how to leave an effect on the viewer as well. In general, a potent blend of thriller cum dramatization anticipates us this Diwali.