An old man (Vadivelu) sits on one of two chairs on a pedestal in the centre of a grey-tiled corridor. The man is seen holding a handgun while dressed in a white mundu and shirt with bloodstains. The absence of fear in his eyes is unsettling, especially given his powerful and fearless posture. A young man (Udhayanidhi Stalin) sits next to him, holding a machete. Despite the fact that he is clearly wounded, his posture demonstrates that he is a rising force.
The picture above is one of the first-look posters for filmmaker Mari Selvaraj’s next film, ‘Maamannan,’ which will be released in June 2023. Following the release of this poster, the makers released another featuring Vadivelu and Udhayanidhi Stalin, as well as Malayalam actor Fahadh Faasil. The poster depicted all three of them clothed in black. Both pictures have gone viral on the internet, and fans and many in the film firm are now anxiously awaiting the film’s launch.
SJ Suryah, an actor-director, shared the first poster, saying, “Thatamana out put onnu ready aieduchchu.” It appears to be very nice. I’m looking forward to seeing the film directed by @mari_selvaraj sir, @arrahman sir, @Udhaystalin sir, and team.”
“Awesome partner looking forward to the film,” actor Arya tweeted, while actor Gautham Karthik said, “Poster looks Terrific. I’m looking forward to seeing this flick! Best wishes to @Udhaystalin na, @mari_selvaraj sir, #Vadivelu sir, and the whole team!”
‘Maamannan,’ which was first announced in March 2022, will, according to Selvaraj, “discuss significant politics.” “Vadivelu’s role will be a surprise, and it will reiterate the big legend that he is,” Selvaraj previously stated in an interview.
‘Maamannan,’ produced by Udhayanidhi Stalin’s Red Giant Films, is one of the most anticipated films of the year because it stars Vadivelu, also known as Vaigai Puyal, in a never-seen-before role, while the film also marks the return of Selvaraj, whose last film ‘Karnan’ sent shock waves throughout the Tamil industry. Keerthy Suresh will also play a significant part in the film.
While AR Rahman composed the music for ‘Maamannan,’ his first collaboration with Selvaraj, Theni Eswar cinematographed the film, which was edited by Selva RK.