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Glimpse of Two Two Two: Nayanthara, Samantha, Vijay Sethupathi rock the dance floor

The film directed by Vignesh Shivan will release in theatres on April 28

  • Thinkal Menon

Last Updated: 01.05 PM, Apr 14, 2022

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Glimpse of Two Two Two: Nayanthara, Samantha, Vijay Sethupathi rock the dance floor

A poster of the film

The song Two Two Two from Kaathuvaakula Rendu Kaadhal composed by Anirudh Ravichander became a viral hit as soon as it was released a few months ago. The makers have now unveiled a glimpse into the video of the peppy track, featuring Nayanthara, Samantha and Vijay Sethupathi who essay lead roles in the rom-com.

All the three of them are seen having a whale of a time shaking a leg to the energetic track. While Nayanthara rocked it with her grace, Samantha enthralled viewers with her flawless moves. Vijay Sethupathi, too, made his presence felt with his screen presence and chemistry with two female leads. Anirudh has lent voice for the song along with Neeti Mohan and Sunidhi Chauhan.

The 40-second promo video has left the viewers and fans of the actors wanting for more. The romantic drama directed by Vignesh Shivan will be released in theatres on April 28. It marks the 25th project of Anirudh as a music composer. He was the music director for the director's earlier film Naanum Rowdy Dhaan which also had Nayan and Vijay acting together.

The team had released the teaser of Kaathuvaakula Rendu Kaadhal earlier which received terrific response from movie lovers and fans of the three actors. The trailer of the film is expected to be unveiled soon.

Lalit Kumar has produced the movie under Seven Screen Studio in association with Vignesh's Rowdy Pictures. SR Kathir and Vijay Karthik Kannan have cranked the camera for the project which has Sreekar Prasad in charge of editing. 

Vignesh has written lyrics, too, for the film. Shwetha Sebastian is at the helm of art direction while Dhilip Subbarayan has choreographed stunt sequences for the project.      

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