After the film Theri and Mersal, Atlee Kumar is bringing the third film with the superstar Thalapathy Vijay, Bigil. Right before the release of the trailer, the production house announced the attainment of distribution rights in Kerala.
Thus, the movie will be available for Vijay fans in the region of Kerala. It is great news as the trailer of the movie is certainly thrilling. The movie is creating quite a buzz, especially due to Nayanthara in the opposite role of Vijay. After ten years, the two are working together in a movie. The trailer is a massive success and received positively by the audience around the world. The hashtag ‘#BigilDiwali’ is also trending after an impactful release.
To all #Vijay fans out there! #PrithvirajProductions and #MagicFrames bring you the #Atlee directed magnum opus #Bigil , produced by #AGS and starring the one and only #ThalapathyVijay all over Kerala this Diwali! #BigilDiwali @PrithviOfficial @PrithvirajProd @Atlee_dir pic.twitter.com/549CMCdxlN
— POFFACTIO ™ (@Poffactio) October 12, 2019
According to the trailer, Vijay appears to be playing a dual role. One side, he is playing what seems to be a gangster or a thug, older than the actual ‘Bigli.’ The second role showcase Bigli, aka Michael, a superstar football player.
He seems to be the coach of the women’s football team. The trailer also showcases some goosebump-inducing scenes of fantastic football shots and fight scenes. However, the main appeal of the movie seems to be focused on women empowerment. It targets issues like weight, fat-shaming, and fear of failure among others. We can also see the women in the movie, working hard with fantastic visual depictions.
Furthermore, it is an A.R.Rahman Musical. The movie is bound to captivate the audience with astonishing musical composition. It is also a visual treasury with seamless use of modern technology, VFX, and mesmerising stunts. On the occasion of Diwali, Kerala will have an enthralling movie to celebrate with their family and friends. The movie is bound to be a feast for people in cinemas.