Silambarasan TR's Maanaadu which released on Thursday, November 25, amidst huge expectations, has opened to a phenomenal response from the fans and film buffs. Maanaadu has been receiving highly positive reviews ever since its first show and there has been no look back since then. The public is enjoying the face-off between Silambarasan TR and SJ Suryah, having a blast witnessing the film on the big screens. Maanaadu is directed by Venkat Prabhu and the star filmmaker's work is being raved by the critics and general audience. Venkat Prabhu is receiving praises for taking up a challenging premise in hand and delivering it in such a way that it easily becomes understandable for the audience.
Having said that, Venkat Prabhu took to his official Twitter page to make an important request to the fans and public who are watching the film in the theatres. VP requested the audience not to record the movie's scenes on their mobile phones and share it on social media as it spoils the theatrical experience for those who haven't seen the film yet. Venkat Prabhu's official tweet read, "Thank q one and all for the overwhelming Love towards #maanaadu we kindly request you all not to record scenes on ur mobile phones and share on social media! It’s an offense! Let everyone enjoy the cinematic experience only in theatres #spreadlove". Well, let us hope that the public respect the request placed by the makers of Maanaadu.
Produced by Suresh Kamatchi under the banner of V House Productions, Maanaadu has music composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja whose work is one of the major highlights of the movie. Maanaadu features SJ Suryah as the antagonist, while Kalyani Priyadarshan plays the female lead. Y Gee Mahendran, SA Chandrasekhar, Vaagai Chandrasekhar, Premgi Amaren, Karunakaran form the supporting cast. For now, check out Venkat Prabhu's latest tweet on Maanaadu, making an important request to the fans here:
Thank q one and all for the overwhelming Love towards #maanaadu we kindly request you all not to record scenes on ur mobile phones and share on social media! It’s an offense! Let everyone enjoy the cinematic experience only in theatres 🙏🏽🙏🏽 #spreadlove pic.twitter.com/MvkwEzBYKL— venkat prabhu (@vp_offl) November 28, 2021
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