After years of waiting, the action thriller is finally hitting the screens on Deepavali
A still from the film
Producer-turned-actor J Satish Kumar surprised one and all by announcing recently that Arun Vijay-starrer Vaa Deal produced by him will have a theatrical release on Deepavali. The movie will take on Rajinikanth's Annaatthe, Silambarasan's Maanaadu and Vishal-Arya's Enemy at the box office.
The action thriller, which was completed a few years ago, was planned as a direct-to-OTT release on JSK Prime Media last year. But the makers changed the plans recently because of Arun Vijay's current market which witnessed an upward graph of late. Directed by Rathina Shiva, the film's team had unveiled a glimpse into a dance sequence recently.
Mesmerising melody song “paesi paesi” from @arunvijayno1 in #vaadeal sung by @HaricharanMusic composed by @MusicThaman video song from tomorrow 5pm stay tuned for repeat mode 👍@actorsathish @KarthikaNair9 #rathinasiva @SonyMusicSouth @DoneChannel1 #diwalirelease😊👍 pic.twitter.com/ut8XaACHWN— JSK Satishkumar (@JSKfilmcorp) October 7, 2021
Now, they have announced that the video song Paesi Paesi from the film will be out on Friday at 5pm. Composed by Thaman, the song has been crooned by Haricharan Seshadri. Satish Kumar took to Twitter to inform the same to film lovers and posted a new poster of Vaa Deal, which features Arun Vijay and Karthika Nair.
Gopi Jagadeeswaran has cranked the camera for the project which has editing by Praveen KL. Vamsi Krishna, Kalyan, Suja Varunee, Sathish, Jayaprakash and Renuka among others play pivotal roles in the movie which went on floors in 2012. Though Rathina Shiva's Rekka and Seeru were released in 2016 and 2020 respectively, there wasn't any update on Vaa Deal until a while ago.
In a recent chat with OTTplay, Satish Kumar had explained why he chose to release the movie in theatres. He said, "With more and more instances of movie halls reopening in many states, I think movie lovers are set to come back to experience cinema on big screen. With the drastic reduce in the number of COVID-19 cases, people are likely to prefer movie halls over OTT in the coming days."