It looks like the actor will have two releases this August.

Nayantharas Imaikkaa Nodigal release date out
Flix Kollywood Sunday, July 22, 2018 - 19:34
Written by  Digital Native

This August should be the most exciting month for Nayanthara as well as her fans. Two of her highly anticipated releases – Kolamavu Kokila and Imaikkaa Nodigal – have been confirmed to hit the screens next month.

While it was announced last week that debutant director Nelson Dilip Kumar’s Kolamavu Kokila, in which Nayanthara plays a drug peddler, will release alongside Vishwaroopam 2 on August 10th, her Imaikkaa Nodigal has been confirmed to release on August 24. It’s the first time in her career Nayanthara will be having two releases in a single month.

Cameo Films on Friday confirmed that Imaikkaa Nodigal, directed by Ajay Gnanamuthu of Demonte Colony fame. He had worked with the ace director AR Murugadoss as his assistant before going on to direct films on his own.

The film also stars Atharvaa, Raashi Khanna, filmmaker Anurag Kashyap and Vijay Sethupathi in an extended cameo. According to reports, it has been learned that Vijay Sethupathi will be seen playing 15-minute extended cameo in the film. After Naanum Rowdydhaan, Vijay and Nayanthara will be once again seen playing a pair in Imaikkaa Nodigal.

One of the highlights of the film will be a cycle fight featuring Atharvaa.  Lee Hon Yiu, a Cycle stunt specialist from Hong Kong, was brought down to work on this cycle stunt choreographed by 'Stun' Siva.

Producer Jayakumar said in a statement: "When the director shared the idea of this cycle fight, we decided to make it as stunning as possible. With Atharvaa on board, we knew for sure this action sequence will be much discussed about. We decided to rope in the best of technicians to give the fight an international feel and quality, so we brought Hollywood cycle stunt specialist Lee Hon Yiu. He has done a mind-blowing job along with 'stun' Siva master.”

This neo noir crime thriller film has music composed by Hip Hop Thamizha with RD Rajasekhar cranking the camera and Bhuvan Srinivasan editing it.

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