Martin, directed by A.P. Arjun, will be released in five Indian languages including the Kannada original.
Last Updated: 12.15 PM, Feb 05, 2023
2023 is a crucial year for the Kannada Cinema as the industry hopes to make bigger strides towards pan-Indian prominence. Similarly, actor Dhruva Sarja, too, would wish to make a solid impression through his upcoming mega-action entertainer Martin. The film sees him reunite with his Addhuri director A.P. Arjun and the word on the street is that the duo, with the support of their competent cast & crew, is leaving no stone unturned in putting together a grand spectacle. As a result, all eyes are currently set on the announcement regarding Martin's release date which was initially speculated to be the final Friday of March.
However, with Kabzaa releasing worldwide on March 17th, one could expect team Martin to sit back and wait for a more suitable window to bring their pan-Indian out in theatres. Martin will be released in five Indian languages including the Kannada original.
However, we now hear that the teaser of Martin will be released sooner than later and as per a few industry trackers, A.P. Arjun & Co. have locked February 23rd to release the Martin teaser. While the release date still stands unconfirmed, one could expect the teaser to drop at the earliest with the makers, quite possibly, planning on kicking off the promotions simultaneously. Who knows, the teaser could also contain some info regarding the release date!
According to other reports, Martin has already been shot and is all set for a release but the makers are eyeing the right date and strategy to take things forward. The team has already released the first-look teaser to good reception.
A high-octane action entertainer, Martin promises to utilize the best of the Action Prince who will be seen in a mean and brawny role. To match his physicality, the team has roped in Hindi actor Nikitin Dheer as the main villain who makes his Kannada debut. Popular action choreographer Ravi Varma has designed the chase sequences with Ram-Laxman composing the fight sequences. The climax alone is said to have been shot over a period of 40 days on a massive film set.