Sathya: Sibi Sathyaraj's upcoming Tamil film is an intense crime-thriller, releasing on 24 November
Sathya, directed by Pradeep Krishnamoorthy, stars Sibi Sathyaraj, Remya Nambeesan and Varalaxmi Sarathkumar in leading roles.
Tamil actor Sibi Sathyaraj's upcoming Tamil film Sathya is all set to release on 24 November this year, as the actor revealed the release date on Twitter. He tweeted:
— Sibi (Sathya)raj (@Sibi_Sathyaraj) October 25, 2017
Sathya is touted to be an action-thriller and is an official Tamil remake of 2016's critically acclaimed Telugu film Kshanam, reports The Indian Express.
During the trailer launch of the film back in June this year, Sathyaraj had said in a video message, "Sathya is an intense suspense thriller. Pradeep Krishnamoorthy has directed the film for my home production banner Nathambal Film Factory. It’s an important film in my career and I’m sure you will all love the trailer. I’m very excited," adds the Indian Express report.
In the film, Sathyaraj essays the role of a US-based investment banker who returns to India to help his ex-girlfriend (played by Remya Nambeesan) find her missing daughter. Varalaxmi Sarathkumar is also going to be seen in the film in the role of an investigator.
It is also reported that the name of the film Sathya has been kept after the 1988's Kamal Haasan film. The Tamil megastar also reportedly agreed readily to lend the name of his film to Sathayraj's upcoming.
Sathya has been written by Adivi Sesh and the music of the film has been composed by Simon K King. It will be distributed throughout the state of Tamil Nadu by Kanthaswamy Arts Centre, when it releases this year on 24 November.
Here's the trailer:
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