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Rajini Murugan, Visaranai, Eeti, Urumeen: Which film will YOU watch?

November 30, 2015 10:04 IST

Four Tamil movies will release this week, and they all look pretty exciting. 

With the Diwali releases -- Vedalam and Thoongavanam -- still doing good business, the battle for getting enough theatres will be tough indeed.

Which movie are YOU looking forward to the most?

Take a look, and write in the message board below!

Rajini Murugan

Sivakarthikeyan and Keerthi

Rajini Murugan, produced by Lingusamy’s Thirrupathi Brothers, has been postponed several times in the last few months. The film will finally release this week.

Directed by Ponram, the film stars Sivakarthikeyan and Malayalam actress Keerthy Suresh. Soori, Kanaka, director Samuthirakani, Rajkiran and Robo Shankar form the rest of the cast.

The music has been composed by D Imman.

The director’s previous film with Sivakarthikeyan, called Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam (2013), was a massive success and expectations are high for this venture too. 



Visaranai movie still

Director Vetrimaaran’s Visaranai has also been delayed several times.

The film premiered at the Venice Film Festival in September, winning the Amnesty International Italy's 'Cinema for Human Rights' award. Since then, there have been talks of its release.

With a run time of just 60 minutes, this experimental film is an adaptation of the novel Lock up, written by M Chandra Kumar, an auto driver from Coimbatore.

Dhanush has produced the film under the banner Wunderbar Films, in association with Vetrimaaran's Grass Root Film Company.




Atharvaa and Sri Divya play the leads in debutant director Ravi Arasu’s Eeti. The film has music by G V Prakash Kumar and is produced by S Michael Rayappan under the Global Infotainments banner.

Atharva, who was in the news for developing six-pack abs for the role, is reported to be playing an athlete.

The actor’s previous film Chandi Veeran that released earlier this year opened to mostly negative reviews.



Urumeen movie still

Newcomer Sakthivel Perumalsamy's Urumeen became the talk of the town when its lead pair Bobby Simha and Reshmi Menon got engaged. The couple apparently fell in love during the making of the film.

After appearing in several supporting roles, the National award-winning actor finally gets an opportunity to prove himself as the lead hero.

The action thriller has been inspired from a real-life incident that took place in 1990.

S Saraswathi in Chennai