Vijay, Atlee, Samantha, Kajal, Nithya on November 9 “Adhirindhi” Grand Release

Kollywood star hero Vijay’s 61st prestigious film “Adhirindhi”. The film has received excellent response to the trailer. Recently released in Tamil and already about 200 crores, the block buster is hit. The producers announced that it would release Grand Theater on November 9th.

This Prestigious Project was built by Murali Ramaswamy, Hema Rukmini and Tannandal Studios Pvt Ltd. The film is being produced in Tannandal banner. Star Director Attle is the director of this film. Oscar winner AR Rahman offered music. Tandonal Studios, along with North Star Entertainments, is releasing the film in Telugu.

Producer Sarath Meerar said … Vijay is the 61st film, Tannandal Studios 100 is an associate with the movie. This Prestigious Project is going to be released in Telugu on November 9th Grandmother. It has already collected 200 crores in Tamil. The Telugu audience too is waiting for this film. Fans are heavily on expectations as the film is being directed by Adil directed by Raja Rani and Teary. Vijay Performance is going to be seen in another row. Samantha, Kajal and Nithya Menon played the match. The film will impress the spectators of all sections.

Vijayendra Prasad, the world’s proud film, Bahubali and Bajrangi Bhojan, a huge hit for Salman Khan, gave the story and screenplay to the film. Vijay is accompanied by SJ Surya, Kajal Aggarwal, Samantha, Nithya Menon, Vadivelu, Kovai Sarala, Satyan and Sathyaraj as the lead roles. This film shooting has been shot in various locations in India along with beautiful locations in Europe.

Actors – Vijay, SJ Surya, Kajal Aggarwal, Samantha, Nithya Menon, Vadivelu, Kovai Sarala, Satyan and Satyaraj

Technical experts

Music – AR Rahman
Literature – Vivek
Cinematographer – jikevisnu
Editor – ruban
Action – Anal Arasu
Koriyographi – sobhi
Story – vijayendraprasad
Screenplay – Vijayendra Prasad, Raman girivasan
Producers – Murali Ramaswamy, Hema Rukmini, tennandal Studios prailimited
Story, screenplay, dialogues and direction – Attlee