These spoof posters and videos from Tamizh Padam 2.0 starring Shiva will leave you in splits

From mocking the magnum opus Baahubali to the recently released first look posters of Vijay’s Sarkar and STR’s Maanadu, the makers haven’t spared no top star’s film in Tamil cinema.

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These spoof posters and videos from Tamizh Padam 2.0 starring Shiva will leave you in splits

Tamil movie-buffs and general audience are eagerly waiting for the upcoming spoof-comedy, Tamizh Padam 2.0, which is a sequel to the 2010 release Tamizh Padam. Directed by CS Amudhan, Tamizh Padam 2.0 is being produced by YNOT Studios and Trident Arts jointly and has actor Shiva playing the lead role. Right from the first look poster till the recently released promotional video, everything about the film has been phenomenally hilarious and will definitely make you watch the film in cinema halls. Slated to be released on July 12th, 2018, the makers of Tamizh Padam 2.0 have been releasing spoof posters and videos from the film which are hilarious and will leave you in splits.

From mocking the magnum opus Baahubali to the recently released first look posters of Vijay’s Sarkar and STR’s Maanadu, the makers haven’t spared no top star’s film in Tamil cinema. Vijay’s Sarkar, Ajith’s Vivegam, Prabhas’ Baahubali, Vijay’s Thuppakki and many more have been used as reference and have been reprised in a funny way. Take a look at all the posters of Tamizh Padam 2.0 which are a spoof of the recent hits of top Tamil stars:

Actor Siddharth had released the first look poster of Tamil Padam 2.0 few months ago taking a jibe at the pirate website Tamil Rockers. Taking the sarcasm one level up, Siddharth later tweeted saying his Twitter page has hacked and whatever posted during that time was not him. “Sorry my account has been hacked last 6 minutes. I have reported to cyber crime and they solved it. Hackers have released some objectionable tweets. It’s not me. Thank you. #TP2point0,” Siddharth wrote further. This sarcasm on the pirate sites and the piracy of films in Tamil film industry took some time to sink in and a lot of people expressed shocked, initially, after looking at the poster.

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