C.V. Kumar made his directorial debut with the film Maayavan featuring Lavanya Tripathi and Sundeep Kishan in the lead roles. Even though the film failed to shine at the box office, that hasn’t stopped him from directing films. C.V. Kumar is ready with his second directorial project, Gangs of Madras. The first look teaser of the film is all set to be revealed and the makers have chosen superstar Dhanush to do the honours. Do you know when it is going to be unveiled? NGK Teaser Out: Suriya’s Multiple Shades in This Political Drama Will Leave You Amazed (Watch Video).
Director C.V. Kumar took to Twitter to announce about the release date of first look teaser of Gangs of Madras. He wrote, “#GangsofMadras first look teaser will be revealing by @dhanushkraja by tomm morning 10 @dopkarthickk @editorRAD @dafusiamusic @shyamalagan @Music_Santhosh @LahariMusic @ThirukumaranEnt”. Yes, the first look teaser will be out tomorrow, February 20. Majili Teaser Out: Samantha Akkineni and Naga Chaitanya’s Chemistry Might Leave Fans Shocked on This Valentine’s Day (Watch Video).
Checkout the post shared by C.V. Kumar:
#GangsofMadras first look teaser will be revealing by @dhanushkraja by tomm morning 10 @dopkarthickk @editorRAD @dafusiamusic @shyamalagan @Music_Santhosh @LahariMusic @ThirukumaranEnt pic.twitter.com/gU54WlU1Lf
— C V Kumar (@icvkumar) February 19, 2019
It was on January 3 this year when the director released the film’s first look poster. See it here in case you missed it:
By the grace of lord Subramanya happy to share my 2nd directorial venture #GangsofMadras ‘s First look poster . Share and support friends @dopkarthickk @editorRAD @thirukumaranEnt pic.twitter.com/4t3CsNd7gm
— C V Kumar (@icvkumar) January 3, 2019
In an interview to IANS C.V. Kumar had said, “It (Direction) made me realise the challenges of a director. As a producer, I remember instructing my directors to finish everything under budget. It was when I was in their shoes that I realised how challenging it is to direct and take the responsibility of everything.”