The actress dropped a BTS picture with Arun Matheswaran and Dhilip Subbarayan announcing the same
It looks like actress Nivedhithaa Sathish has wrapped up her work in style from the much-awaited film Captain Miller. The actress dropped a BTS picture with film's director Arun Matheswaran and stunt choreographer Dhilip Subbarayan and captioned it, "Signing off in style with the Masters! Beyond grateful @ArunMatheswaran & @dhilipaction for being my true two pillars of strength. To only making you guys prouder! Mark your calendars. #CaptainMiller - December 15th (sic)."
Nivedhithaa Sathish plays a crucial role
The actress is said to be playing a crucial role which also involves her doing some heavy-duty action scenes. Some of the frames that were shared on social media depict the actress in a gunfight. The actress also performed a scene inside a set which is on flames.
One of the associate directors of the film had written on his social media handle, "There’s no comparison with the master or the scene but I remember how hard it was to act/dance or just exist inside a set that’s on flames.@nivedhithaa_Sat was struggling but she gave everything she got. We increased the scale & replicated the house for her to have space inside (sic)."
To which Nivedhithaa replied, "Thank you! It was an exciting experience all together. P.S. These flames don’t leave me.. you’ll know why very soon (sic)."
An ensemble star cast
The film marks Dhanush's maiden collaboration with the Saani Kaayidham director. The ensemble cast comprises Shiva Rajkumar, Sundeep Kishan, Priyanka Arul Mohan, John Kokken, Elango Kumaravel to name a few.
Teaser being played in all countries
The power-packed teaser of Captain Miller was released on the occasion of Dhanush's birthday and the teaser is now being screened in all the Indian movies across major countries. The teaser has also been attached to Vijay's latest outing Leo, which has opened to mixed reviews. The film, which is bankrolled by Sathya Jyothi Productions, is all set to drop in theatres worldwide on December 15.