Arvind S Debuts In Direction With Dejavu; First Look Starring Arulnithi Goes Viral Soon After Launch

Arulnithi’s thriller drama, playing the role of investigating officer, Dejavu brings storm on the internet

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Arvind S Debuts In Direction With Dejavu; First Look Starring Arulnithi Goes Viral Soon After Launch
It seems that thriller is Arulnithi’s favorite genre, for Arulnithi’s next film is also one! His films like “Innasi Pandiyan” (Diary) and “Eruma Saani” Vijay Kumar Rajendran is in the progress, as per the reports, the actor has wrapped up a shoot for Dejavu where he will appear as an investigating officer. The movie is directed by debutant Arvind Srinivasan, the movie chronicles what happens during a single day and night.

Arulnithi is avid on social media and expresses his professional moves via Twitter. Recently, he updated the first look poster o his upcoming movie titled “Dejavu”. He wrote – “First look poster of #Dejavu #தேஜாவு let's welcome our debut director @dirarvindh”.  The fans flooded the comment section with praises.


The director Arvindh expresses His views and says that the screenplay of this project will make it different from the rest of the actor’s work. Further, he said - “He chooses a lot of offbeat scripts, and Dejavu is one among them. Even though he has played a cop before, he is sporting a new look in the film. The thriller genre is quite vast, and Arulnithi has been a part of different kinds of them. This one, too, has a unique screenplay that should keep the audience hooked. There is no time for setting the mood as the story starts off immediately.”

The prominent actors like Madhoo, Smruthi Venkat, Achyuth Kumar, Mime Gopi, Kaali Venkat, and Chethan are part of this film. “Madhoo is playing the role of a cop, a first for her. She was thrilled about the idea and got on board,” he says, adding, “The screenplay revolves around Smruthi’s character. She is not paying anybody’s pair... it’s an interesting role. Achyuth Kumar is a novelist in the film.”

The uniqueness of the film is that it has no songs, Arvindh informed. He also says- “There wasn’t any need for it and I didn’t want to include songs just for the sake of it. But we have a gripping background score by Ghibran.”



Image Source: twitter/arulnithitamil