Netrikann: Nayantra's Poster From The First Single Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum OUT

Nayanthara's next Netrikann is reportedly a remake of the Korean movie Blind. The actress plays a visually challenged woman in the movie directed by Milind Rau.

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Netrikann: Nayantra's Poster From The First Single Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum OUT
After releasing the teaser and the poster of the film Netrikann starring Nayanthara, the makers have now unveiled the poster from the first single Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum, which will be releasing soon.  Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum is a soulful number relatable to the current scenario on a positive note and is well written by Karthi Netha and sung by Sid Sriram. Meanwhile, the makers on 19th May also released the teaser of song marking the singers’ birthday. The teaser shows a glimpse of Sid Sriram's recording session. Soon after the teaser was released, it went viral among the fans. The song is expected to be released very soon. The poster which was released today has Nayanthara walking peacefully on a book with the background of lilies.
The teaser and the poster released last year of Netrikann were intense and gripping with Nayanthara playing a visually impaired person. However, the title of the film has been borrowed from Rajinikanth's 1981 film. The shooting of the movie is completed and the team is working towards the film's release.

Netrikann is produced by Nayanthara's boyfriend and director Vignesh Shivan who is making his debut as a producer with this project under the banner of Rowdy Pictures. RD Rajasekhar and Lawrence Kishore have handled the film's cinematography and editing respectively. The film features Ko fame Ajmal, Manikandan, and Saran in important roles. Nayanthara will play a blind character in this film and this is expected to be her next release in Tamil cinema




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