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Thoongaavanam trailer: Kamal Haasan film high on action, drama

The 1.35 minute trailer looks interesting and takes the viewers to a single night's event at a night club called Insomnia. We are also introduced to two other characters, Prakash Raj, the main antagonist and Trisha Krishnan.

regional movies Updated: Sep 17, 2015 15:16 IST
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Actor-filmmaker Kamal Haasan shared the first trailer of his next film Thoongaavanam late on Wednesday. The 1.35 minute video clip looks interesting and we notice that most of scenes have been shot indoors. We already know that the drama unfolds through the course of a single night.

Kamal Haasan is a cop on duty and at the start of the video is seeing surveying the happenings inside a night club. The action-packed trailer also introduces us to the antagonist, Prakash Raj and the female lead Trisha Krishnan.

"In a long time, I've felt we've made a film that is totally organised with a vision," said Prakash Raj. He also added that Thoongaavanam will create a new path in the thriller genre in Indian cinema.



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Trisha, who has teamed up with Kamal for the second time, said she considers herself extremely lucky to have got the opportunity. A racy thriller, the film is said to unfold in a single night in a bar called Insomnia.

The film also features Madhu Shalini, Sampath Raj, Kishore and Asha Sharath in important roles. Kamal Haasan plays a policeman, while Prakash Raj will be seen as his corrupt partner.

Directed by Kamal's long-time associate Rajesh M Selva, the film has been simultaneously made in Telugu as Cheekati Rajyam. The film has music by Ghibran.