The Maaran trailer has finally been released, and fans of the much-anticipated film are intrigued by the tale and the performances of the actors. Malavika Mohanan plays the female lead in Dhanush’s film. Both of the characters are journalists.
Maaran is a Tamil-language action thriller film written and directed by Karthick Naren, with Suhas Sharfu and Vivek co-writing the screenplay and dialogues. The film stars Dhanush and Malavika Mohanan, with Samuthirakani, Smruthi Venkat, Krishnakumar Balasubramanian, and Mahendran in supporting parts, and is produced by T. G. Thyagarajan, Sendhil Thyagarajan, and Arjun Thyagarajan of Sathya Jyothi Films. G. V. Prakash Kumar composed the soundtrack, while Vivekanand Santhosham did the cinematography and Prasanna G. K. handled the editing. The film will have its digital premiere on Disney+ Hotstar.
Maaran Trailer Out:
The two leads are seen as working journalists, whereas Samuthirakani will portray the main villain, Smruthi Venkat is seen as Dhanush’s sister, while Mahendran plays a police officer.
The trailer is jam-packed with action and thrilling themes. It also features some humorous brother-sister scenes, as well as a romance between Dhanush and Malavika Mohanan.
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Dhanush’s most recent film, Atrangi Re, was also made available on Disney+ Hotstar. On the other hand, Maran is Malavika Mohanan’s second Tamil film as a female lead after Master (streaming on Amazon Prime Video).
The motion poster for the film was released last month, while the makers of the film revealed a poster of Malavika Mohanan’s look for the film on February 14. Yesterday, the filmmakers announced exciting news about the film’s trailer, which was eagerly awaited by the audience.
Today, the trailer and the official release date were both posted on Twitter by the filmmakers. Its release date has also been revealed by the producers, it will be available to stream on March 11th. In addition to Tamil, the film will also be released in Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada.