While Run Baby Run is a thriller, Dada is an emotional drama about single parenting
Last Updated: 02.19 PM, Mar 06, 2023
RJ Balaji's thriller Run Baby Run is all set to drop on OTT on March 10 on Disney + Hotstar. The film will clash with Kavin's hit film, Dada, which will premiere on Amazon Prime Video on the same day. RJ Balaji and Kavin share a warm relationship and often pull each other's leg.
After the premiere of Run Baby Run, Kavin, while speaking to the media, promoted his film Dada and asked everyone to support him. He then turned towards RJ Balaji and said that this was his strategy. Soon, both of them burst into laughter. RJ Balaji then interjected Kavin and told the media that Dada was releasing on February 10 and requested everyone to watch the film in theatres. He then added that his film, too, was being released and asked Kavin to speak about the film. Kavin then stated that he loved Run Baby Run and that it was quite satisfying to see such an intriguing thriller.
Run Baby Run starring RJ Balaji and Aishwarya Rajesh in the lead, is directed by Jiyen Krishnakumar. The film is an investigative thriller where a carefree Sathya has to race against time after getting involved in a complex murder investigation. The supporting cast includes Isha Talwar, Radhikaa Sarathkumar, Smruthi Venkat, Bagavathi Perumal, Hareesh Peeradi to name a few. Run Baby Run opened to positive reviews at the box office.
Dada, on the other hand, is a coming-of-age drama starring Kavin and Aparna Das in the lead. The film marks the directorial debut of Ganesh K Babu. Dada recently completed 25 days in theatres and the director thanked everyone for their love. He wrote on his social media handle, "Thanks to everyone who made this possible. We are overwhelmed by the tremendous support and love that is being showered upon us 25 day of nothing but pure love for the art is what you’re showing us! Thanks again to the audience, Press and Media #Dada #25days #thanksfam (sic)."
The plot revolves around a young man who has to raise his son alone. The film also talks about gender neutrality in parenting. It was bankrolled by Olympia Movies and distributed by Red Giant Movies.