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Bharath, Vani Bhojan's next titled Miral; makers reveal motion poster of the slasher film

Sivakarthikeyan revealed the intriguing promo video of the movie

  • Thinkal Menon

Last Updated: 12.54 PM, Jun 01, 2022

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Bharath, Vani Bhojan's next titled Miral; makers reveal motion poster of the slasher film

The film's first look

We had told you earlier that Bharath and Vani Bhojan have joined hands for a project being directed by M Sakthivel. Sivakarthikeyan has now unveiled the motion poster of the film which has been produced by G Dilli Babu of Axess Film Factory. Billed as a slasher thriller, it has director-turned-actor KS Ravikumar, too, essaying a significant role in it.

Meer Krishnan, Rajkumar, Kaavya Arivumani, Arjai and Naren Balaji are a few others who will be seen playing notable roles in the film.

The one-minute motion poster has intriguing visuals by Suresh Bala and arresting background score by Prasad SN. Kalaivanan R has edited the movie which has Manikandan Srinivasan at the helm of art direction and Danger Mani choreographing action sequences.

Sachin Sudhakaran and Hariharan M are in charge of sound designing while Aravind Menon has monitored sound mixing for Miral. The project went on floors almost a year ago at Tenkasi, and Bharath had taken to his Twitter page to express excitement then on joining the film.

The makers had earlier revealed that the story of the movie will happen during one night. Chennai and Amba Samudram are other locations where the team shot several crucial portions. Bharath and Vani play an engineer and house wife respectively in the film, and both of them reportedly have equal screen space.

Interestingly, both Bharath and Vani have completed shooting for another project, titled Love, recently. The first look of the Malayalam remake was unveiled by Mohanlal recently. Bharath was last seen in Tamil in Naduvan, which had a direct release on SonyLIV. Kaalidas, which was released in 2019, was his previous Kollywood theatrical release. Vani's last outing was Mahaan, but her scenes were chopped off by makers due to excessive duration of the film.

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