Dulquer Salmaan's Hey Sinamika is scheduled for a theatrical release on March 3, the week after Valimai's release and it is going to be an interesting film to watch out for. Ahead of the movie's release, the makers have now released the official trailer which grabs our attention instantly. The trailer gives us a detailed picture of what the film is going to be about and it looks to be an interesting premise that offers ample scope for drama. Dulquer Salmaan plays a radio jockey, a vibrant and fun character who marries Mouna (Aditi Rao Hydari) after falling in love.
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The duo lead a happy and fun-filled life for the initial few months after marriage, but things take a detour and the couple engage themselves in quarrels and arguments on a regular basis. When their marital life is going through a rough patch, Dulquer Salmaan runs into Kajal Aggarwal, a new friend that he earns in his life. Dulquer inclines towards Kajal and considers her as one of his close and trusted friends. Dulquer's closeness with Kajal obviously creates a rift in the relationship between him and Aditi Rao. This interesting drama between the three characters is what Hey Sinamika is going to be about. The trailer looks heartwarming and it looks like the film will be a breezy entertainer that will keep you in smiles throughout.
Hey Sinamika marks the directorial debut of popular dance choreographer Brindha Master and it looks like this film will bring out the filmmaker in her with flying colours. Brindha Master's work is quite promising and let us hope that the film strikes a chord with the audience. Produced by Jio Studios in association with Global One Studios, the film has Madhan Karky penning the story, screenplay, and dialogues, apart from lyric writing. Apart from the main leads, the film also features Mirchi Vijay, Nakshathra Nagesh, Thapa, Koushick, Abhishek Kumar, Pradeep Vijayan, Kothanda Raman, Frank, Soundarya Nanjudan, Jane Thompson, Raghu, Sangeetha, and Yogi Babu in supporting roles.
03/11/2021 06:22 PM