Following couple of weeks that had grand releases like Nerkonda Paarvai and Comali, the medium and low budget Tamil releases are hitting theater screens tomorrow (August 22) and on Friday (August 23), along with Hollywood’s The Angry Birds 2. We bring you sneak peek into these releases on a brief note.
- Bakrid: The story traverses through the life of a farmer from Tamil Nadu, who departs to Rajasthan for leaving his most-loved Camel he had reared for a year into its habitat of desert. The hardship, he faces during the journey from Tamil Nadu to Rajasthan has been narrated with emotional backdrops. Featuring Vikranth in lead role, the star-cast comprises of Vasundhara, Sarah, Ali, Vaiyapuri and few more familiar faces with Jagadeesan Subu wielding the megaphone.
- Kennedy Club: Director Suseenthiran gets back into his favourite zone of Kabbadi sports through ‘Kennedy Club’. The film loosely based on the real life incidents has Sasikumar and Bharathiraja playing lead roles, where they’ll be seen as the coach of women Kabbadi team. Samuthirakani and Soori will be seen essaying important roles, which also features real Kabbadi players as a part of this star-cast. Thai Saravanan has produced this film for Nallusamy Pictures, which has musical score by D Imman.
- Mei : The title and the visual promos have clearly labeled ‘Mei’ as a Medical-suspense-thriller. Featuring Nicky Sundaram, Aishwarya Rajesh, Kishore, Charle VTM, Vinod Krishnan and Ajay Ghosh in title roles, the film revolves around the mysterious deaths of 2-3 patients, which sets into motion a chain of events leading to more shocking revelations about the contemporary medical field.
- The Angry Birds 2: After going through a relentless feud in the first installment, the flightless birds and the green pig are back again are rivalries, taking their war to next level. Of course, the film has become a cherry-pick for audiences here and it’s expected to make a decent sweep following the Hollywood releases – Avengers, The Lion King, Alladin and Hobbs & Shaw. Although, it’s released in little count when compared to these erstwhile movies, it is already getting a good reception with pre-release phase.