Captain Movie: Actor Arya’s Kollywood action drama movie “Captain” hits theaters. Read details
Audiences are excited and eager to experience his gripping alien invasion thriller starring Arya in the lead role. This movie is inspired by and would remind you of the 1987 Hollywood sci-fi movie “Predator” which Arnold Schwarzenegger starred in.
The movie “Captain” revolves around an army captain and his team members sent to a forbidden zone. Their expedition and mission on this trip is to complete the unusual activity assigned. Vetriselvan is the character Arya plays and seems to have done her role full justice.
The previews of the film shown in the trailer are shreds of evidence of the various stunts and action sequences. And in one of the latest media interviews, Tamil star Arya shared some of her experiences while working in the Tamil movie ‘Captain’.
The filming experiences were remarkable, and the most excruciating challenge was when the versatile director asked me to play the film’s climax in Munnar, Arya said. Taking photos in Munnar when the temperatures drop is difficult. This plan needed a rainy effect, so it became more exciting.
Arya further added that he was lifted 20ft using a crane for the footage and thrown deep into the water. The process was arduous, but the result was satisfying when he saw the film in theaters.
“Captain” was produced by Think Studios. The cast includes actors like Simran, Gokul Anand, Aishwarya Lekshmi, Kavya Shetty, Harish Uthaman, Suresh Menon, Ambuli Gokul, and Bharath Raj.
Who is the director of this film?
“Captain” was directed by Shakti Soundar Rajan. This director is known for his experimental cinematographic approaches.
What is the theatrical release date of this film?
The public will be able to enjoy this film on screens on September 8.
Is ‘Captain’ a big budget movie?
Yes, Captain is a big budget movie with a huge investment of Rs 30 crore.
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