Leo Tamil poster reveals 'Thalapathy' Vijay is ready for the big fight: "KEEP CALM AND PREPARE FOR BATTLE"

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If there's one film that has been creating a lot of noise and for good reasons, it is the 'Thalapathy' Vijay-starrer Leo scheduled to be launched into cinemas worldwide on October 19. The upcoming film billed to be a gangster action drama directed by blockbuster Tamil filmmaker Lokesh Kanagaraj and featuring music composed by 'Rockstar' Anirudh Ravichander has had two posters released so far, with the much-awaited third one now out, which is no doubt yet another big treat for Vijay's fans everywhere giving them a new glimpse at the superstar in the highly-anticipated film. 

The Leo Tamil poster shows Vijay working in his workshop and sharpening his tools and weapons with a lot of determination and intense focus in his eyes. This latest glimpse is an extension of his character, which was first introduced to the audiences earlier this year in the title announcement video, showing him be both a chocolate maker and his alter ego. Apart from Vijay seen getting ready for the big fight up ahead, the Leo Tamil poster carries the caption "KEEP CALM AND PREPARE FOR BATTLE" clearly suggesting that he is set for the clash as was hinted towards the end of the title announcement promo.

Earlier, the Leo Telugu poster showcased Vijay amidst a snow-clad backdrop in Kashmir where a major portion of the film's story is set, which went on to receive a phenomenal response. Likewise, the Leo Kannada poster featured the Tamil actor in an emotional state with tears in his eyes at a crime scene, while being surrounded by blood splattered around him on the floor. Both the Leo posters raised the curiosity tenfold and this latest one will no doubt amplify that excitement ahead of the film's audio launch, which will reportedly be taking place in Chennai on September 30. 

Leo will see Vijay sharing the screen with several big stars starting with Trisha Krishnan playing the female lead opposite the Tamil superstar once again after their previous collaborations Ghilli (2004), Thirupaachi (2005), Aathi (2006), and Kuruvi (2008). The film also has Bollywood superstar Sanjay Dutt as the antagonist and 'Action King' Arjun, and Mysskin in negative roles, while Gautham Menon, Mansoor Ali Khan, Priya Anand, Sandy master, and Malayalam actor Mathew Thomas, among others, make appearances in key roles.