Imaikka Nodigal is an upcoming action thriller starring Nayanthara, Atharvaa and Anurag Kashyap in lead roles. Directed by Ajay Gnanamuthu of Demonte Colony fame. Bank rolled by Cameo Films.

Songs and trailer of this movie was launched this morning at Sathyam Cinemas in a grand manner. Detailed trailer review is as follows.

Nayanthara plays a CBI officer named Anjali Vikramadithyan. Her character is emotional and bold, also passionate about her work. She takes on the villain by saying ‘That fucking psychotic son of a bitch is no more’.

Bollywood director Anurag Kashyap plays the ultimate baddie. He is a psycho killer named Rudhra, he loves killing people. His character seems to be very strong and looks like he will have rocking Tamil debut.

Atharvaa is Nayanthara’s brother which brings up a different format in Tamil Cinema. Tollywood beauty Raashi Khanna is his pair. He is a medical student and gets caught in villain’s hands.

Director Magizh Thirumeni who did Thadayara Thakka and Meaghamann has dubbed for the menacing villain. He has a solid voice and the dialogues conveyed indicates the character depth. The action is raw and realistic, hence the feel is terrific.

R.D.Rajasekhar has given his best to improve the presentation quality. Bhuvan Srinivasan’s editing is crisp and to the point. Hiphop Tamizha’s background is haunting and apt to the trailer cut.

Makkal Selvan Vijay Sethupathi has done an extended cameo in the movie as Lady Superstar Nayanthara's husband. He appears around 15mins during the pre-climax sequence of the movie. His glimpse is present in the trailer with a single signature dialogue.

Trailer is slick and superb impressive. Promises a gripping seat-edge crime action thriller. But the main plot is open now as the clip makes way to predict the line. Let us hope for many surprises in the storytelling.

Team is planning to bring this highly anticipated project to silver screens in July. Watch the official trailer in YouTube below.


Tags: Nayanthara, Atharvaa, Vijay Sethupathi, Raashi Khanna, Imaikka Nodigal