Arun Vijay's Sinam is set for its release this Friday, September 16, and the film has got good level of expectations among the fans and film buffs. Arun Vijay tasted success with his previous theatrical release - Yaanai and he will be looking forward to continuing the momentum with Sinam as well. The film has cleared the censor test with an U/A certificate. With the film's release around the corner, details regarding the final runtime of the movie are known and here is what you need to know. The final theatrical version of Sinam has been locked at a runtime of 1 hour and 54 minutes and this is sure to be a subtle boost for the film.

This tells us that director GNR Kumaravelan has not stretched out the plot unnecessarily and has stuck to the core without much deviations. The crisp runtime will also help the audience be engrossed in the film. We hear that the first half of the film will run for 1 hour and 4 minutes, while the second half will be as short as just 49 minutes. Sinam will feature Arun Vijay in the role of a cop and it is going to be exciting to witness the star actor get back to his strong zone. After playing a rooted character from the rural backdrop in Yaanai, Arun Vijay is back in the city space and his performance is said to be one of the major highlights of the movie.

Sinam will touch upon a very topical issue, leaving an important message to the audience. The film is directed by GNR Kumaravelan who is known for helming movies like Ninaithaale Inikum and Haridas. Produced by Arun Vijay's father, Vijayakumar under the banner of Movie Slides Pvt Ltd, the film has Palak Lalwani playing the female lead and has music composed by Shabir.