The Kadaram Kondan poster shows a heavily tattooed Vikram sporting a funky hairstyle and flashy sunglasses. He is also handcuffed, with fragments of smoke around him and in an action mode.
He appears more like a gangster who is so stylish and yet wild. The Petronas Towers featured in the poster suggests the story of the action film may be set in Malaysia.
Kadaram Kondan could also be a reference to Chola King Rajendra Chola 1, who sent an expedition in 11th century to invade Kadaram (Sri Vijaya / Kidah in modern Malaysia) on behalf of one of its rulers who sought his assistance to gain the throne.
The film is backed by Raaj Kamal Films, and directed by Rajesh M Selva, of Thoonga Vanam fame, has music by music producer, Ghibran.
Kamal who is also busy with politics these dats will be completing Sabaash Naidu before moving on to his next project with Shankar directing it, titled ‘Indian 2’. It is a sequel to his earlier blockbuster, released two decades ago. The actor-turned-politician also announced a sequel to his 1991 film Thevar Magan.
Vikram also has Gautham Menon directed project called Dhruva Natchathiram. The actor has also signed up a mammoth Malayalam period film Maapillai Kalagam where he plays a freedom fighter.
Sairaat actress Rinku Rajguru to come again on Valentine’s Day with Marathi film Kagar
As the first look of the film has been unveiled, Kagar is set to hit the theatres on Valentine’s Day, February 14, next year.
The first official poster of the Marathi film gives us a glimpse of Rinku’s character in the film. She is seen wearing a festive saree accessorised with jewellery and make-up, standing behind a curtain.
Interestingly, it gives an impression of a stark opposite character than what she played in Sairaat – the bold and fearless Archi.
The film is directed by Makrand Mane, who is known for his last film Ringan: The Quest that released in 2017. Talking about the film earlier, Mane had said, “A lot of thought has been put into every detail of the film. After reading the story, Chinmay Sant did a good job coming up with a modish and powerful font for the title, which has become a talking point about the film now. He did great work on my previous film Ringan and did even better with this film.”