The second trailer for Saamy Square, Vikram's upcoming film with director Hari, is just as loud as the first one, with some romance thrown in. Released on Monday, the trailer has Vikram thundering lines like "I'm not a police, I'm a porukki". The first trailer, of course, had the memorable "I'm not a saamy, I'm a bootham!" punch dialogue.
We were left wondering how many lozenges Vikram had to consume after dubbing for the film. On a serious note, the trailers suggest that this story is about the son, who takes over the police mantle in the family, from the father.
Keerthy Suresh appears to be playing his "love interest", for a lack of a better term for the job description of heroines in the average Tamil film. She also seems to have a comedy track with Soori.
Aishwarya Rajesh supposedly plays Trisha's role from the first film. Trisha had walked out of Saamy Square citing "creative differences". We suspect that this means Aishwarya Rajesh's character will die early enough in the film to allow the younger pair to take over the story. She does get to sing a duet with Vikram, though.
The second trailer, too, features plenty of flying humans and Devi Sri Prasad's music gets us appropriately excited to observe this phenomenon.