Ayalaan, starring Sivakarthikeyan, is all set to have a grand theatrical release on January 12
Pongal is just around the corner and Ayalaan is all set to make an entry at your theatres! The makers of the film have now dropped the latest update about the launch date of the sci-fi action comedy’s trailer. Sivakarthikeyan-starrer Ayalaan’s trailer will be officially launched on January 5.
A R Rahman took to his social media handle to share the new update and announced, “#Ayalaan Trailer releasing on 5th Jan. Stay Tuned” (sic).
KJR Studios, which is bankrolling the project, also announced the new update with a caption that read “ATTENTION..You are about to enter the exhilarating and dangerous world of #AyalaanTrailer setting off on 5th January! Be ready” (sic).
Directed by R Ravikumar, the film features Rakul Preet Singh, Isha Koppikar, Sharad Kelkar, Yogi Babu and Karunakaran in prominent roles. The much-awaited movie will have its theatrical release on January 12.
Ayalaan, starring Sivakarthikeyan, is based on extra-terrestrial beings. The plot follows a group of four friends who lend a helping hand to an alien to return to its home planet. However, a group of hostile scientists are chasing and seeking to thwart it. Chithha actor Siddharth will be lending his voice to the alien’s character in the film.
The movie is written and directed by R Ravikumar, and is bankrolled by KJR Studios and PhantomFX Studios. The camera work is handled by Nirav Shah, while the editing is carried out by Ruben. The music for the film is scored by A R Rahman.
Will Ayalaan get a sequel?
In an interview, Sivakarthikeyan confirmed that a sequel for Ayalaan is under discussion. Although the first part is yet to hit the cinemas, the Doctor star is confident that the audiences are going to love the film, especially the character of the alien. The actor revealed that since the team is now familiar with the technology that goes into creating the process, the team is very keen on rolling out the second instalment soon.
Earlier, director R Ravikumar had stated that the alien character, which was made using CGI and visual effects, was the most challenging part to create in the filmmaking process. Ravikumar had previously mentioned that synchronizing the alien on the visual effects screen was a notable challenge.