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oi-Sruthi Hemachandran

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Etharkkum
Thunindhavan

is
all
set
to
release
on
Thursday
(February
10).
Fans
who
have
been
waiting
to
see
their
idol
on
the
big
screens
for
nearly
two
years
will
finally
get
to
feast
their
eyes
on
the
dashing
hero.
A
Pandiraj
directorial,
the
film
follows
a
man
who
takes
on
a
crime
ring
preying
on
women.

Notably,
the
director
has
also
written
the
script
for
the
entertainer.
Renowned
production
banner
Sun
Pictures,
which
backed
Kollywood
films
like

Doctor,
Annaatthe

and
is
presently
working
on
Thalapathy
Vijay’s

Beast,

Dhanush’s

Thiruchithrambalam,

Vijay
Sethupathi’s

#VJS46

and
Raghava
Lawrence’s

Chandramukhi
2
,
has
bankrolled

Etharkkum
Thunindhavan

as
well.
Well,
ahead
of
its
release,
the
action-packed
thriller
has
been
getting
impressive
responses
from
all
corners.
The
first
review
of
the
entertainer
is
already
out
and
looks
like
Suriya
is
soon
going
to
add
another
feather
to
his
cap.

According
to
Umair
Sandhu,
a
critic
and
member
of
the
Overseas
Censor
Board,
the
film
is
an
‘engaging
film
with
a
terrific
climax’.
His
review
on

Etharkkum
Thunindhavan

shared
on
Instagram
read,
“#EtharkkumThunindhavan
is
sure
shot
winner
engaging
flick
from
start
to
end
with
terrific
climax
#Suriya
gave
another
clap
worthy
performance.” In
the
same
review,
he
has
also
given
a
four-star
rating
to
the
upcoming
film,
which
is
impressive
and
to
be
noted.


ET

also
features
Priyanka
Arul
Mohan,
Vinay
Rai,
Sathyaraj,
Rajkiran,
Madhusudhan
Rao,
Jayaprakash
and
Hareesh
Peradi,
who
appear
in
key
roles.
The
technical
team
of
the
Suriya-starrer
includes
music
composer
D
Imman,
cinematographer
R
Rathnavelu
and
editor
Ruben.

Announced
in
October
2020
as

#Suriya40
,
the
film
was
launched
in
February
2021.
The
thriller’s
shooting
was
completed
by
November
with
three
months
of
break
in
between
owing
to
the
pandemic
and
subsequent
restrictions.

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