Nayanthara starrer ‘Kolamaavu Kokila’ first look motion poster out on this day

Nayanthara starrer ‘Kolamaavu Kokila’ first look motion poster out on this day

Nayanthara is hailed as the lady superstar of Tamil cinema as she can pull off an entire film on her shoulders and audiences would still come and watch it despite of male driven Tamil industry. Nayanthara has done some remarkable work over the years and which is why her films are working on a whole different level than her other colleagues who are mainly still playing side-kicks to heroes. Nayanthara is headlining the film on her name by playing the lead character and first look motion poster will be released on 5 March 7pm.

By the current poster it looks like a dark drama of some kind and it will be produced by Lyca productions. Lyca is the one behind Rajinikanth starrer ‘2.0’, which had a trailer leak today of which the vfx is not even finished yet. This one will be directed by Nelson and music of the film will be composed by Anirudh, who is at the top of his game these days. Release date of the film is not announced yet and will be in sometime during production though apparently makers are eyeing to release it in 2018 and not push it like ‘2.0’

Things can’t be good in Lyca today because the trailer of most expensive film in the history of Indian cinema just got leaked in the most pathetic way and one can see green screens all over it which means that it is barely finished. 2.0 is the most anticipated teaser of all time as people are excited to watch what Shankar has been making for all these years and how it surpasses Endhiran with it’s sheer grandeur. Teaser showcased Akshay as the villain and what activities of his are appalling the world and how the robot comes to save it. In the end of the teaser, Chitti gives a menacing smile which means that he could still be the bad guy.

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