The release of Prabhu Deva’s long-awaited project, Thael, has once again been postponed. Originally scheduled to be released on December 10, the makers have postponed the release date further. Some reports suggest that the release has been delayed as the film did not get enough theaters. However, the makers have claimed that the postponement is because of “unforeseen situations.”Here are more details.
Why does this story matter?
The actor-director-choreographer was last seen in the cop drama Pon Manickavel. It majorly received negative feedback from fans and critics alike. Moreover, Deva’s recent theatrical releases Devi 2, Lakshmi, and Gulaebaghavali were also pretty disastrous. So, with the postponement of Thael, the actor’s fans are even more disappointed. We can’t help but wait for the makers to come up with a new release date.
All you need to know about ‘Thael.’
Harikumar directs the film Deva and Samyuktha Hegde in the lead roles. Yogi Babu and Easwari Rao will also play pivotal roles. C Sathya has composed music, while Vignesh Vasu has cranked the camera. National Film Award-winning editor KL Praveen is also attached to editing the visuals. KE Gnanavelraja’s Studio Green bankrolls it.
Deva was last seen in the cop drama ‘Pon Manickavel.’
As mentioned earlier, Deva was last seen donning the khaki in Pon Manickavel. Directed by AC Mugil Chellappan, Nivetha Pethuraj was seen as his romantic interest. This film’s release was also postponed several times owing to the pandemic. Later, it had an immediate release on the OTT platform Disney+ Hotstar. Meanwhile, Deva is expected to start the shooting for Dabangg 4 soon.
These are the upcoming films of the ‘Villu’ director.
On the acting front, Deva has several projects in various stages of production. Recently, posters of his upcoming film Flashback were revealed. Co-starring Regina Cassandra and Anasuya Bharadwaj, the film is directed by Don Sandy; the bilingual project has music by Sam CS. He also has a few other films in the pipeline, including Poikkal Kuthirai, Bagheera, and children’s fantasy drama My Dear Bootham.