According to reports, lady superstar Nayanthara’s latest big screen outing ‘Aramm’—which was originally supposed to hit screens on November 3—has been postponed and it will now arrive in theatres a week later. This decision has apparently been taken in order to ensure that the films affected by the recent strike get a free run at the box office when they release on November 3. Well, we must say that this is a nice move and we hope that ‘Aramm’ becomes a hit upon release.
In case you did not know, ‘Aramm’ is touted to be a social-drama and has been directed by Gopi Nainar. In it, Nayan will be seen playing the role of a collector. Her look has already created quite a buzz amongst fans. Some time ago, music director Ghibran had revealed that the film carries a message which everyone needs to understand.
“I would personally like to Thank everyone for the kind words regarding #MagalirMattum. And last night we did the Final mix check of #Aramm and I am extremely thankful to God for making me part of this great film. Having come from and as a person who still has my roots in underdeveloped India, this film has a lot for me to relate. It speaks about something which needed to be heard and I believe it will do it’s purpose, once it hits the Big screen. Thanks to my whole team: This is one more film for me which gives the satisfaction and fulfilment even before hitting the theatres,” he had added.
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