The much-awaited trailer of Vikram-Shankar's "I" will be released on Thursday, 18 December. "I" trailer has been censored and the video will span for two minutes.
Following the stupendous success of the teaser, there have been huge expectations on "I" trailer. The teaser fetched more than nine million views and is the first South Indian film to achieve the feat.
Those who have got the privilege to watch "I" trailer have raved about it. It remains to be seen whether the trailer will be able to impress the audience and turn out to be a huge hit like the teaser.
The Shankar directorial is a romantic thriller with Vikram appearing in different looks including a beast-like creature, body builder, stylish-looking man and a crippled man. The actor has reportedly undergone several physical changes for the film.
Amy Jackson, Suresh Gopi and Upen Patel appear in pivotal roles. The film's music is composed by AR Rahman and the big-budget entertainer is produced by Aascar Ravichandran.
"I" has been in the making for nearly two years and the film's shooting has been completely wrapped up. The Vikram starrer is gearing up for a massive release on 9 January and it will reportedly be releasing in three different languages including Tamil, Telugu and Hindi. Film's cinematographer PC Sreeram confirmed the news on his Twitter handle.
"9th January 2015 we will all be blessed with "I". A red letter day for Indian cinema," he tweeted.
The Vikram-starrer will be releasing as a Pongal treat for fans. The film will be clashing with a few other biggies including Ajith's "Yennai Arindhaal," Vishal's "Aambala," Karthi's "Komban" and Sivakarthikeyan's "Kaaki Sattai."
"I" is carrying huge positive pre-release buzz, thanks to the impressive teaser and the songs. The trailer is also likely to boost the expectations on the film.
It is expected to take big openings at the worldwide box office. Shankar has been on a roll with back-to-back successful films. It will be interesting to see if the director will be able to churn out one more hit with the release of "I."