Leading Tamil actors Vishal and Arya will be seen on the big screen once again after a decade in Enemy, which is hitting theatres as a grand Diwali treat on November 4. Billed to be an out-and-out action thriller, the upcoming film directed by Iru Mugan fame Anand Shankar under producer Vinod Kumar's Mini Studios banner has the two stars appearing in a full-length film after they last worked together in National Award-winning director's Avan Ivan. With only five days remaining for the film to come out in theatres, promotions are in top gear after a raw and intense trailer came out a few days back following which the makers on Saturday unveiled a sneak peek video for Enemy showing Vishal involved in a high-speed chase on foot. 

The Enemy sneak peek video starts off with Vishal and Karunakaran entering a pub and meeting a youth, whom they've been chasing for some time. Upon coming face to face, the youngster realises he's in trouble and makes a run for it on his bicycle in the hopes of evading Vishal and Karunakaran. However, Vishal isn't one to quit and puts up a chase as he sprints through the streets of a posh Malaysian shopping locality and tries to nab the individual. Vishal gets the upper hand as he manages to catch up with the person and nabs him before he can escape. Although the context behind the chase hasn't been revealed, we can believe the scene is pivotal and will be known when Enemy comes out next week. 

The buzz surrounding Enemy has been high ever since it was announced that the film would be releasing for Diwali alongside 'Superstar' Rajinikanth's Annaatthe. Expectations for the film shot up after it was revealed that Vishal and Arya, who are best buddies in real life, are pitted against each other, with the former playing the hero and the latter cast as the antagonist. Enemy also has Super Deluxe fame Mirnalini Ravi playing the female lead, while National Award winners Prakash Raj and Thambi Ramaiah, including Malayalam actress and filmmaker Mamta Mohandas will be appearing in pivotal roles. The film has music by composer S. Thaman and background score done by Sam C. S, while the technical crew features cinematographer RD Rajasekar, editor Raymond Derrick Crasta, art director T Ramalingam and Ravi Verma for the stunts. 

Watch the Enemy sneak peek below: