Enai Noki Paayum Thota directed by Gautham Vasudev Menon went into production in 2016 and was initially slated to release for Valentine's the next year. When it missed the mark, the film was supposed to release for Deepavali 2018. After several delays, the film will now release, much to the delight of fans, on September 6.
Tipped to be a campus-based thriller, the film which marks the first time collaboration between Dhanush and Gautham Menon, is now ready to see the light of day. After facing several setbacks over the course of the last two years, the film is all set to hit theatres in a couple of weeks.
The makers have now released a new 2-minute trailer of the film. Director Gautam Vasudev Menon shared his joy on Twitter and confirmed the release date.
With due respect and thanks to everybody involved with this film, the investors, people who have stood by the film and me, to those who have invested across my other films, to everybody whoâ€™s been of some form of support or the other to me#ENPTfromSept6thâ€” Gauthamvasudevmenon (@menongautham) August 24, 2019
The film was censored recently and also stars Megha Akash, who was supposed to make her debut with this film. However, she went on to star in four films since including Rajinikanthâ€™s Petta. It is being said Dhanush will be playing the role of a metrosexual youngster for the first time.
Megha Akash will be playing the role of an actress in the movie. The film also has Sunaina and Sasikumar in pivotal roles while Rana Daggubati will be making a cameo appearance.
The film has music by Darbuka Siva whose identity was kept a secret for a long time. The makers promoted him as Mr X to create curiosity amongst fans. The idea paid off as the songs were extremely well received.
There were rumors that AR Rahman was the composer of the album after the phenomenal response to the first single of the album. For months, the makers dodged every speculation and maintained secrecy about the composer's name. Two singles which were released earlier "Visiri" and "Maruvarthai" created huge anticipation to the film.
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