Trisha Krishnan confirmed on Twitter that she will be collaborating with Vikram and filmmaker Hari for the third time.
In a chat with the film's producer S Lakshman Kumar, we get a peek into the mysterious elements in the poster. Says he, "If you look at the title logo you will notice droplets of water all over it. This water element plays a very important part in the story. In fact there is a thrilling underwater segment in the film."
Trisha features in a goddess-like representation - wielding mostly weapons of destruction and sitting on a bed of skulls and concrete. The posters appear even more dramatic with smoke billowing out in the background as Trisha's gaze bores into you. Trisha will reportedly play dual roles in the film
The biggest surprise, however, was the inclusion of K.S. Chithra in the tracklist. This is the first time that multiple National-award winner Chithra has sung for Dhanush's film. The song, titled Ariraro seems to be a lullaby