Kadaram Kondan: New poster shows Vikram in a police jersey; teaser to release on 15 January
The first poster of Kadaram Kondan showed Vikram in handcuffs.
A second poster from the highly awaited Tamil action thriller Kadaram Kondan has been released. Whereas Vikram was seen in handcuffs in the first look, he is seen in police jersey for the latest poster. The makers also announced that the teaser will be unveiled on 15 January.
The fans were quicker than us! So, we're 3 days quicker than we announced 😁 Here's the #KKSecondLook starring #ChiyaanVikram! #KadaramKondan #KKTeaserFromJan15@ikamalhaasan @tridentartsoffl @RajeshMSelva @SoundharyaRavi1 @aksharahaasan1#AbiHassan #SrinivasReddy pic.twitter.com/Ed9SeC6dum
— Raaj Kamal (@RKFI) December 29, 2018
The film, financed by Kamal Haasan under Raaj Kamal films, stars Akshara Haasan in the lead, alongside Vikram. Kadaram Kondan has been directed by Rajesh Selva.
The film was predominantly shot in Malaysia. It is the first time that Vikram and Rajesh Selva have collaborated. As per reports, the film will be completed in January and will hit screens in April. It is reportedly a remake of Hollywood thriller Don’t Breathe.
Vikram was last seen in Saamy Square, which released 15 years after its prequel and follows the story of Aarusaamy’s (played by Vikram) son Ramasaamy (also played by Vikram), as he locks horns with Raavana Pichai (Bobby Simhaa), son of Perumal Pichai (Kota Srinivasa Rao), who played the villain in the first part.
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