The movie also stars his ex flame Nayanthara
Silambarasan is a great actor and singer. But he is also impulsive and frankly, a little unlucky. After staying off the silver screen for more than three years, he finally released Vaalu, which tanked. However, 2016 is definitely looking promising for the Little Superstar. He has two movies lined up almost back to back which are Achcham Yenbathu Madamaiyada (AYM) and Idhu Namma Aalu (INA). The trailer of AYM got out during New year and now the trailer of Idhu Namma Aalu is finally unveiled too.
Other than STR, the movie also stars actresses Nayanthara and Andrea Jeremiah. It is directed by Pandiraj of Kathakali fame. Also, Simbu's brother, Kuralarasan will be composing the music for the first time in his brother's movie. The trailer is straightforward yet hilarious. It looks like a story of a man who is torn between two women, one with whom he has been arranged to marry and another whom he actually loves. Things get complicated when he develops feelings for the arranged girl too. The story is about how this hapless man that is Simbu, will juggle between his two love interests and who does he choose in the end. Overall, the trailer looks fun and romantic, with a bit of heartbreak thrown in between. The dialogues are splendid. One particular scene is memorable when Nayanthara asks the hero how many girls will he love and if he has no other business, to which STR slyly replies that he will stop when women stop juggling boyfriends too. Comedian Suri is also a part of the film and will surely make it even more hilarious. Music in the trailer sounds pretty good which is amazing for a newcomer like Kuralarasan.
So yes,the trailer of Idhu Namma Aalu has all the right ingredients to become an awesome movie. Hopefully, the movie is just as good as the trailer.
Checkout the trailer below:
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