Japan teaser: Karthi performs mysterious character who’s neither hero nor villain in quirky movie

The teaser of Karthi’s upcoming Tamil movie Japan, which has been directed by Raju Murugan, was unveiled on Thursday to coincide with the actor’s birthday. The teaser is an introduction to Karthi’s character and going by the visuals, he performs neither the hero nor villain. The makers have confirmed the movie will hit the screens for Diwali pageant. (Additionally learn: When Karthi was thrown out of a theatre whereas watching Rangeela: ‘Acquired tickets for the following reveals, got here again inside’)

Karthi’s subsequent movie Japan is slated to be launched this Diwali.

Japan teaser

Japan marks the maiden collaboration between Karthi and Raju Murugan. It additionally stars Anu Emmanuel. The teaser was launched on Twitter with the caption, “Here comes our #Japan – Made in India.”

As per the makers, the movie will even be dubbed and launched in Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada. Karthi performs a personality known as Japan within the movie. The video introduces him as somebody who may be very mysterious. He could be very critical typically and too humorous sometimes. Within the video, Karthi could be seen sporting a really completely different coiffure and goes on to introduce himself as Japan – made in India. The movie has music by GV Prakash Kumar and is produced by Dream Warrior Photos.

Karthi was just lately seen in Mani Ratnam’s magnum opus, Ponniyin Selvan 2. He performed the character of commander Vandhiyathevan within the movie, which has to this point grossed round 290 crore globally.

Karthi met followers who travelled from Japan

Just a few days after the discharge of PS 2, Karthi took out time to fulfill and work together together with his ardent followers who got here all the best way from Japan to Chennai to observe Ponniyin Selvan 2. Terumi Kakubari Fujieda and Isao Endo, who’ve been a fan of Karthi for a very long time, travelled all the best way from Japan to catch him in Mani Ratnam’s movie.

Speaking about how she began following Karthi’s work, she mentioned in an interview to DT Subsequent, “When I was in Chennai , I watched Tamil films. I immediately liked Karthi. I have watched Kaithi several times. Since Tamil is a totally different language, I follow subtitles. Being Japanese, English subtitles are also difficult to follow. So, only when a DVD with Japanese subtitles was released, I bought it and ended up watching it often. It would be really grateful and helpful if Tamil films release in our country with Japanese subtitles.”


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