Leading Bollywood filmmaker Karan Johar has launched the teaser from Amala Paul's most-ambitious project, Aadai. Thus helping the movie to give a wider reach for the movie across the globe. [Crawl down to watch the teaser]
"Freedom is what you do with what's been done to you.' Presenting #Aadai a Tamil film that breaks the shackles of the status quo. Starring the bold, beautiful & badass @Amala_ams. Directed by @MrRathna produced by @vstudiosoffl @thisisoorka @vijaykartik_k. [sic]" Karan Johar captioned the video.
Amala Paul has done something most actresses refuse to do it in India. The actress has bared all to project the plight apparently of a rape victim.
The teaser begins with a woman approaching the police to file a complaint on her missing daughter. In the next couple of seconds, we witness cops entering a building and a few people who seems to be connected with the incident. Presumably, the victim is raped by juveniles.
Amala Paul's daring act, cinematography and music are the highlights of the unadulterated teaser.
The actress had also stunned the cine-goers with her bold avatar in the first look of the movie, which was released last September. The posters presented bruised and battered Amala holding on to a rustic pipe, while covering parts of her body with used toilet papers. The teaser is an extension of it.
The poster garnered massive attention and the topic was widely covered by media across the country. It also made the makers to dub the movie in other languages.
As a result, Aadai is getting dubbed and having a simultaneous release in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam languages. With Karan Johar launching the teaser, one can expect the movie to hit the screens in Hindi.
The release date is yet to be locked in, but the buzz is that Aadai will be out in the month of July.
Aadai is written and directed by Rathna Kumar of Meyaadha Maan fame. Viji Subramaniyan has produced the flick, which has Bijili Ramesh, Vivek Prasanna and others in the cast.
Pradeep Kumar has composed the music, Vijay Karthik Kanna has handled the cinematography, while Shafique Mohammed Ali has edited the flick.