Have you missed watching movies on the big screen in 2020? If yes, then you don’t have to wait long as some of the biggest Tamil films are set to hit cinema halls in 2021. Starting in January, Kollywood big filmmakers will start releasing delayed big-ticket films in 2020. Coronavirus outbreak.
Theater owners in South India are hoping that Vijay’s upcoming action drama will bring back theaters to theaters, as concerns over the new strain of coronovirus continue to grow. If not for the epidemic, the master would have lit the screen worldwide in April 2020. Vijay’s popularity and expectations surrounding the master are expected to revive the film distribution and exhibition business, which COVID is struggling to get back on its feet in time. . The film is played by Lokesh Kanagaraj, who has put together a dreamy artist. Apart from Vijay, the film also stars Vijay Sethupathi, Malavika Mohanan, Arjun Das, Andrea Jeremiah and Shantanu Bhagyaraj. Master will hit screens on January 13.
For most of 2010, Simbu struggled with a poor reputation. He was accused of being unprofessional, arriving late at work, delaying production and adding havoc to producers. However, the actor has clearly creeped himself out of that hole. He completed shooting and dubbing for his part in Ishwaran within 40 days, making it possible for the makers to release the film for Pongal’s leave. Director Susinthiran has written and directed the rural drama, which is set for release on 14 January.
Karthik Subbaraj intends to release his Magnum Opus Jagme Thanthiram in May 2020. Since March, COVID-inspired lockdowns have thrown a gap in their plans. It was some time before the makers announced the release date of the film. Jagme Thanthiram is Dhanush in the lead role. It also stars Hollywood actor James Cosmo.
In March, Sun Pictures announced that it would release Rajinikanth-starrer Annathe in theaters for Pongal. However, concerns over the safety of the 70-year-old superstar did not allow manufacturers to resume production. In the second week of December 2020, Rajinikanth started shooting for the film, hoping to finish his parts in the same stretch. A few days later, shooting was stopped after a COVID outbreak on set. The buzz is that the makers plan to relocate the shooting location to Chennai and complete the remaining parts soon.
Crafted as an action flick, this is Ajith’s second consecutive collaboration with director H Vinoth and producer Boney Kapoor. The trio had earlier given the court room drama Nerkonda Parvai, a remake of Bollywood’s hit Pink. The makers are yet to release the first look, teaser or any major updates about Valimai.
The fame of Remo, written and directed by Bakkhiraj Kannan, the action drama Sultan star Karthi and Rashmika Mandana. The shooting of Dream Warrior Pictures production was completed before COVID took place and the makers originally planned to release the film during Deepawali. A new release date is awaited.
Described as a sociopolitical thriller, LaBam was another film eagerly working in cinemas with a 100% seating capacity. When the industry claimed the premiere directly on Netflix, Labam caused a setback in the industry. Later, Vijay Sethupathi took to Twitter to clarify that the film would soon be a “big theatrical release”. Labam is written and directed by National Award winning filmmaker SP Jananathan. The trailer states that the film talks about the problems of the farming community and crony capitalism. Labam also stars Jagapathi Babu, Sai Dhanshika, Ramesh Thilak, Prithvi Rajan, and Jai Varman.
The makers of Cobra originally planned to release the film in the summer of 2020. However, the film was not completed due to the epidemic. Shooting of the film is going on. Cobra is Vikram in the lead role, played by Ajay Gnanamuthu. It is being said that the film will feature Vikram in over 20 different get-ups. Cobra also stars directors KS Ravikumar, Srinidhi Shetty, former Indian cricketer Irfan Pathan, Mrinalini, Kanika, Padampriya and Babu Antony.
The sequel to the 1996 blockbuster Indian is easily one of the most awaited films of 2021. Shankar directing brings back Kamal Haasan’s sensational character Senapati, who has the ability to kill older people. Production of the film stalled before a virus outbreak followed a strange accident on the set. In February 2020, a heavy-light crane crashed, killing three people and injuring several.
The release of director Gautam Menon’s ambitious espionage thriller film Dhruv Natchathiram has been a long-running one. The film, which is in the post-production stage, is expected to see daylight in 2021. The film stars Vikram, Ritu Verma, Aishwarya Rajesh, Simran, R. Parthipan and Radhika are Sarathkumar.
Venkat Prabhu Directorial Mannadu is currently in production. The shooting was delayed due to differences between Simbu and the film’s producers. The filmmakers even announced that they had fired Simbu and the project would go on floors with a new star. However, Simbu managed to make peace with the filmmakers and got the job done. The film also stars Kalyani Priyadarshan, SJ Surya, Bharathiraja, SA Chandrasekhar, Karunakaran and Premgi Amren.
Thalaivi is based on Jayalalithaa’s life and times. Kangana Ranaut plays the late screen icon and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, written and directed by AL Vijay. Kangana’s unconscious appearance for Jayalalithaa already has a lot of expectations surrounding the film.
Directors Lokesh Kanagaraj and Kamal Haasan have joined forces for Vikram. He is yet to start shooting for the film. However, if all things go according to plan, the action flick, called Kamal’s 1986 spy-thriller sequel of the same name, will hit theaters this year.