Vijay’s Theri Bags ‘U’ Certificate
Few days back, Vijay fans were surprised when it was reported that his upcoming film ‘Theri’ has been censored. However, the reports turned out to be false. The producer of the film Kalaipuli S. Thanu cleared that the film is yet-to-be censored. It was being said that the flick will complete its censor formalities by weekend and it did.
The Atlee directorial passed the censor test on Sunday and bagged a clean ‘U’ certificate. Its Telugu version “Policeodu” has also been given a ‘U’ certificate by the Central Board of Film Certification. The action entertainer passed the censor test without any cuts and the fans of the Thalaivaa actor are now eagerly waiting for the film.
The film will hit the theater screens on April 14, on Tamil New Year. It will feature Samantha and Amy Jackson as the female leads and will have music by G. V. Prakash Kumar. Mahendran plays the antagonist in the film and will be seen as a corrupt politician in it.
Theri is an upcoming Indian Tamil action film written and directed by Atlee and produced by Kalaipuli S. Thanu. The film features Vijay, Samantha and Amy Jackson in the lead roles, while Prabhu and Raadhika Sarathkumar amongst others form an ensemble cast. Featuring music composed by G. V. Prakash Kumar and cinematography handled by George C. Williams, Theri will have a theatrical release in 2016 .G. V. Prakash Kumar was signed to compose the film’s music and collaborated with Atlee after the success of their previous album, Raja Rani (2013). Theri is the fiftieth film that Prakash had signed, and with Atlee, he went to Goa in March 2015 for a music composing session. Uthara Unnikrishnan and Deva recorded songs for the film, while Vijay and Neeti Mohan also recorded a song for the film. The music album of Theri was launched on March 20 in Chennai. T. Rajendhar and Vijay have sung one song each in the film. Behindwoods gave the album a rating of 3.25 out of 5. Sify gave the album a rating of 3.75 out of 5 Indiaglitz gave the album a rating of 4 out of 5.