The film is being directed by Selvin Raj Xavier and also stars Regina Cassandra, Nasser and Saranya Ponvannan
The trailer of Sathish's upcoming Conjuring Kannappan is out. The film marks the debut venture of Selvin Raj Xavier, a former assistant to directors Chimbu Deven and Sumanth Radhakrishnan.
The trailer was released by Leo director Lokesh Kanagaraj on his social media page. His post read, "Feeling elated to launch the trailer of #ConjuringKannappan https://youtu.be/QoExzHQMUdA My hearty wishes to @archanakalpathi ma’am, @actorsathish bro, @ReginaCassandra, @thisisysr sir and the entire cast and crew for the grand success (sic)." To which Sathish replied, "Thank u so much @Dir_Lokesh bro for ur love and support towards me and #ConjuringKannappan team Love u always (sic)."
All about the trailer
The trailer, which spans 2 minutes 27 seconds, shows Sathish waking up to a recurring dream. In the dream, his character is seen in a deserted palace where he feels the presence of a ghost. Later, he realises he has been having the dream because he plucked a feather from an intriguing and possessed dreamcatcher. Later, his entire family plucks the remaining feathers and they all start getting dreams about the palace. How the family tackles the ghost in the palace in the dream, forms the plot.
Regina Cassandra plays the leading lady in the horror comedy. With a slew of comedians in the film, including Nasser, Anand Raj, Saranya Ponvannan, VTV Ganesh, Redin Kingsley, Elli AvrRam, Jason Shah, Benedict Garrett, Namo Narayana, and Adithya Kathir, the film is billed as a laugh riot.
Selvin Raj Xavier on his maiden venture
The film's director Selvin Raj Xavier had earlier stated that Conjuring Kannappan will be a compelling mixture of comedy, horror and fantasy and that it will appeal to audience of all age groups. Conjuring Kannappan is bankrolled by AGS Entertainment, marking their 24th production. While Archana Kalpathi is the creative producer, SM Venkat Manickam is the executive producer. AGS Production's 25th project is Vijay's next, which is tentatively being referred to as Thalapathy 68, helmed by Venkat Prabhu.