Maari 2 trailer: Dhanush aces portrayal of an unabashed, moustache-twirling local don
In Maari 2, Sai Pallavi plays the feisty girl, determined to win Dhanush's love
Maari 2 makers have released the trailer of the Dhanush-starrer. Directed by Balaji Mohan, Maari 2 marks Dhanush and Mohan's second collaboration post Maari. Dhanush's character keeps the idiosyncrasies of the dhoti-clad, moustache-twirling local don intact in the sequel as well. While he delivers heavy dialogues like "It's hard to kill a man who doesn't care about death," the police authorities seem exasperated as they have been trying to trace him for the last eight years.
Maari, along with his band of cronies goes about doing Robin Hood-esque activities. All this while, he thinks people hate him and are scared of him. However, the "naughtiest Don" is, in fact, loved and respected by people. Sai Pallavi plays a feisty girl, determined to win Maari's love. The two share several funny moments in the clip.
The dialogues don't disappoint either, hilarious one=liners are thrown around. As the antagonist (played by Malayalam actor Tovino Thomas) threatens Maari with "you don't know me Maari, I'm a very very bad man," Dhanush's character simply replies, "If you are bad, I am your dad."
Ample slow motion shots and zoom-ins establish Maari's larger-than-life aura.
Actors Robo Shankar and Vinod, who played Dhanush's sidekicks in the first part will also be a part of Maari 2.
Maari 2 has been produced under the banner of Dhanush's production company Wunderbar Films. Watch the trailer here.
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