The wait is all set to come to an end for 'Thalapathy' Vijay fans everywhere. Director Nelson Dilipkumar announced on Tuesday that an update from the superstar's upcoming film, Beast, will be out on Wednesday (March 30). Without revealing anything about the update, Nelson kept it rather cryptic and tweeted the word, "Naalai" (tomorrow), which has left fans mighty excited. There is a strong buzz that the release date for the much-awaited Beast teaser / trailer will be out tomorrow and we can expect Sun Pictures to drop a massive announcement for Vijay's fans. With the film scheduled to open in theatres worldwide on April 13, the countdown is now on for the first visuals from the film touted to be a mass action entertainer. Check out Nelson's tweet about Beast below: 

So far, a few posters and stills from Beast, including two songs - 'Arabic Kuthu' and 'Jolly O Gymkhana' - have been released and as expected received a sensational response on social media. Promotions are set to kick off in full swing in the days ahead as the film’s release date is nearly two weeks away and fans will be looking forward to beginning the celebrations. Announced to be a pan-Indian film coming out in five languages, Beast has also gotten a title change for the Hindi version and is being called RAW. 

All sights will be on the Beast teaser / trailer and we can expect the response to be bigger than what was witnessed earlier with Vijay's Master, which turned out to be a raging box office success last year and eventually revived the theatre business and movie-going experience. Pooja Hegde, who has become a national sensation, will no doubt be a huge USP in Beast opposite Vijay, with the film's ensemble cast featuring names like ace filmmaker Selvaraghavan reportedly playing the antagonist, followed by Shine Tom Chacko, VTV Ganesh, Aparna Das, Redin Kingsley, Lilliput Faruqui, among others in pivotal roles. 'Rockstar' Anirudh Ravichander has once again delivered the goods with the two Beast songs and his background score will be another major aspect to look forward to once the film is out in cinemas.