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Vadhandhi trailer: SJ Suryah is a no-nonsense cop who sets out to solve a murder case in this whodunit

Andrew Louis has directed the web series produced by Pushkar-Gayatri

Vadhandhi trailer: SJ Suryah is a no-nonsense cop who sets out to solve a murder case in this whodunit

A poster of Vadhandhi

  • Thinkal Menon

Last Updated: 08.10 AM, Nov 22, 2022

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A few days ago, Amazon Prime had announced the arrival of Vadhandhi, its latest Tamil web series, starring SJ Suryah in the lead. The actor-filmmaker is making his digital debut with the project which has been helmed by Andrew Louis of Kolaigaaran fame.

Pushkar-Gayatri, who already made heads turn with another Amazon Prime original Suzhal this year, has bankrolled the series. Debutant Sanjana plays a pivotal role in it which also stars Laila, Nasser, Vivek Prasanna, Smruti Venkat and Hareesh Peradi among others. Its story revolves around a cop who sets out to investigate the murder of a young girl in a village.

But he realizes after a point that it is almost impossible to proceed owing to lack of adequate evidence. The pressure from the girl's closed ones, too, became intolerable for him. Will he be able to do justice to the case?

Suryah plays Vivek, the cop, while Sanjana essays the role of Velonie who gets brutally killed by an unknown person. Saravanan Ramasamy and Simon K King have handled cinematography and music for the series respectively which has editing by Richard Kevin. Dhilip Subbarayan and Dinesh Subbarayan have choreographed action scenes for Vadhandhi which will be dropped on Amazon Prime on December 2.

The project will be released in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and Hindi. According to makers, the intriguing set of twists and turns will be the prime highlight of Vadhandhi. Billed as a noir crime thriller, it is the third project of Pushkar-Gayatri to be released this year.

Laila, who made a comeback to the tinsel town with Sardar recently, is also making her digital debut with the series. She plays a mother who is yet to come to terms with her daughter's demise. 

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