The teaser of Udhayanidhi Stalin and Nayanthara starrer "Nanbenda" has been released as a birthday treat for Udhay's fans. The film is expected to be a complete entertainer with loads of comedy.
"Nanbenda" is carrying positive buzz as Udhay and comedian Santhanam have teamed up once again for the film. Udhay's debut film "Or u Kal Oru Kannadi" was a complete entertainer and fared well at the box office. It remains to be seen if "Nanbenda" will be able to repeat the success of "Oru Kal Oru Kannadi."
Directed by JBR Jagadesh, the romantic-comedy entertainer has Sherin of "Thulluvatho Ilamai" fame, Pooja Ramachandran and Suzane George in supporting roles. The film reunites Udhay and Nayanthara for the second time after their last release "Idhu Kathirvelan Kadhal." Earlier, there were reports suggesting that Kajal Aggarwal would play the female lead opposite Udhay in the film, but Nayanthara was roped in to play the female lead.
"Nanbenda" music is composed by Harris Jayaraj, while cinematography is handled by Balasubramaniem. Udhay's Red Giant Movies has produced the comedy entertainer, which is expected to hit the screens in 2015.
Orange Mittai Trailer
The trailer of Vijay Sethupathi's "Orange Mittai" has also been released. The trailer has kindled the curiosity of the fans regarding its content. (Check trailer below)
After playing a 40-year-old man in "Soodhu Kavvum," Vijay will be appearing as a 55-year-old man in the comedy/family entertainer. The film's story reportedly revolves around three characters travelling in an ambulance for 48 hours.
This is the first film to be made under Vijay's production company. The actor has co-written the script along with the film's director Biju Viswanath. Ramesh Thilak, Aarumugam Bala and Aashritha are also part of the film's cast and its music is composed by Justin Prabhakaran, while cinematography is handled by Biju Viswanath.
The film's first look poster, which was released in October created a lot of buzz surrounding the project and the trailer is likely to boost the audience's expectations.
Vijay has portrayed varied characters in his films and has struck a chord with the audience. His role as a 40-year-old man in the 2013-critically acclaimed film "Soodhu Kavvum" won him lot of appreciation. It will be interesting to see if the actor will be able to impress the audience with his role in "Orange Mittai."