As the long wait comes to an end, the much-awaited Karthi-starrer Kashmora, a mega budget period drama, will hit the screens a day before the Diwali festival.
The movie completed its censor formalities on Thursday, and the makers have officially announced the release date. The film has been given U/A certificate from the Censor board and is all set for a worldwide release on October 28 in both Tamil and Telugu.
The film's Tamil theatrical distribution rights have been acquired by Sri Thenandal Films while the Telugu rights of the film were acquired by PVP Cinema, who earlier produced Karthiās last Telugu film āOppiri', Thozha in Tamil.
The film is helmed by Gokul of 'Idharku Thaane Aasaipattai Balakumara' fame and the story reportedly happens in two timeframes.
It is touted to be the costliest film in Karthiās career and is set to be the first Indian horror movie to cross a budget of Rs 60 crores. Also starring Nayanthara and Sridivya as female leads, Vivekh plays an important character in the film.
Jointly produced by S R Prakashbabu and S R Prabhu under the banner of Dream Warrior Pictures, the film has music by Santhosh Narayanan.
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