Leading Tamil actor-producer Sivakarthikeyan's Prince is gearing up for a worldwide theatrical release on October 21 and preparations are underway to make it as grand as can be. Produced by Sree Venkateswara Cinemas LLP in association with Shanthi Talkies and Suresh Productions banners, the film is billed to be a fun-filled family entertainer and has been directed by Telugu filmmaker Anudeep K. V. of Jathi Ratnalu fame. With promotions already underway, Sivakarthikeyan dropped the big announcement informing fans that the much-awaited Prince trailer will be releasing on Sunday, October 9. 

In a special video, Sivakarthikeyan conveyed his heartfelt gratitude to fans for their support in making his Doctor (2021) and Don (2022) become huge box-office successes, while also announcing the release date of the Prince trailer. The video also features a few behind-the-scenes moments showing him on the sets with the film's heroine Maria Ryaboshapka, including the supporting cast featuring the likes of veteran actor Sathyaraj, Premgi Amaren, 'Prankster' Rahul, choreographer Sathish Krishnan among others. Furthermore, we see Sivakarthikeyan shaking a leg with the Ukrainian model-actress Maria for the 'Bimbilikki Pilapi' song at the Prince shooting spot, while the duo also poses for a photo-shoot for the film. Check out the Prince trailer announcement below:

Sivakarthikeyan's Prince marks the first time a film is coming out for the actor on the festive occasion of Diwali and will be released across Tamil Nadu by GN Anbu Chezhian's Gopuram Cinemas. The film has music by chart-buster composer Thaman. S and is a bilingual venture coming out in Tamil and Telugu languages. The upcoming venture will also be SK's biggest release in the United Kingdom, with reputed overseas distribution and production banner Ahimsa Entertainment making the huge announcement earlier this week. The excitement for Sivakarthikeyan's Prince is massive as the actor will be looking to hit a hat-trick at the box office after his Doctor and Don went on to register 100-crore collections.