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Connect: Nayanthara pens a heartfelt letter as the Hindi version of the horror thriller hits screens

The horror thriller directed by Ashwin Saravanan marks her debut in Hindi before Jawan

Connect: Nayanthara pens a heartfelt letter as the Hindi version of the horror thriller hits screens
  • P SangeethaTeam OTTplay

Last Updated: 02.10 PM, Dec 30, 2022

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The Hindi version of Nayanthara's latest film, Connect, hit screens today and it marks the Lady Superstar's debut in Hindi before Shah Rukh Khan's Jawan. The horror thriller directed by Ashwin Saravanan, revolves around a family that battles a paranormal activity in their house during the lockdown after the Covid outbreak. And on the special occasion, Nayanthara penned a heartfelt note and thanked her fans and the film's director Ashwin Saravanan for the opportunity.

"It's been an eventful year for me and I'm filled with gratitude. Thank you to all film lovers and fans who have watched and supported our "Connect." And my gratitude to those who continue doing so, booking your tickets and enjoying show after show. It's a genre specific film and we have strived to do justice to you, the audience and the genre. Our entire team has worked with utmost conviction and sincerity with this vision in mind."

Nayanthara added, "A big thank you to my director, Ashwin Saravanan and his team for believing in me and being with me every step of the way. Your filmmaking is world class and I'm always happy to collaborate. My gratitude and love to my producer, Vignesh Shivan and our dream, Rowdy pictures. You took this film, the team and yourself an extra mile with sheer determination. Thank you once again for producing, distributing and releasing our film in the best way possible. We have taken in all your love, support, feedback and criticism. And we hope to use this as a learning curve for our future ventures. Once again, thanking you all for your unconditional love and wishing you all a very happy and prosperous new year."

The film's director Ashwin Saravanan shared the letter on his social media page and said that he was glad that Connect was released on the special occasion. He wrote, "I couldn’t be happier that our special film marks 20 years of your memorable journey in this industry. You should be might proud of what you have managed to achieve no matter how difficult the path was to walk on. You have so much more to give, which I know more than anybody else (sic)."