Vijay Antony, Arundhathi Nair starrer Saithan releases spooky first-look teaser
Saithan, a Tamil thriller film featuring Vijay Antony and Arundhathi Nair in the main lead, has released its first teaser.
Directed by Pradeep Krishnamoorthy and produced by Antony himself, it also stars Charuhasan, Meera Krishnan and Y. G. Mahendran. Vijay Antony, who's also a music director, has also composed the music for the film.
The teaser of the psychological thriller is eerie and packed with intense stares by different characters from the film. The haunting chant in the background only increases the spookiness level. The teaser doesn't reveal anything about the film leaving you wanting for more.
While the teaser doesn't reveal the story line of the film, it introduces us to the characters of Antony and Nair.
Antony shared the teaser on his Twitter account.
Saithan official teaser 😈 https://t.co/msTtkbpNWg
— vijayantony (@vijayantony) September 19, 2016
According to a report in The Hindu the film may be based on the book The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo written by Stieg Larsson and will also star Alisha Abdullah, India’s first female national racing champion.
The 27-year-old, who was earlier seen in Irumbu Kuthirai, had said to the daily in 2014 while preparing for a race in Bangkok, “I am practising on simulators, working out at the gym and in between all this shooting for my second Tamil film. It’s with Vijay Antony and is called Saitaan. It’s based on The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.”
This will be Antony's fourth film as an actor after working in films like Naan and Pichaikkaran.
The film is all set for a Diwali release, where it will clash at the box office with other big ticket films like Karthi’s Kashmora and Vishal’s Kaththi Sandai.
Watch the teaser here:
Updated Date: Sep 20, 2016 12:20:54 IST
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