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Sundeep Kishan’s Michael hints at an intense love story packed with action

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Young Hero Sundeep Kishan is going to make his debut into Pan- Indian film arena with Michael. He is seen in a full-on action-packed role. The teaser that released recently garnered good buzz. On Monday, the makers unveiled the trailer of Michael. The film is billed as a raw action entertainer with romance and thrilling elements too. Today, Nata Simham Nandamuri Balakrishna, Jayam Ravi, Anirudh Ravichander, Nivin Pauly launched the theatrical trailer of the movie in Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam languages.

The trailer gives a glimpse of all characters in the film and almost every character has grey shades. Gautam Menon playing the antagonist warns Sundeep Kishan about women, but the latter feels life is meaningless without love. Interestingly, the girl in his life played by Divyansha Kaushik warns him that if he falls in love with her, it will leave him with a heartbreak. And the trailer concludes with young Sundeep Kishan shooting someone with a gun. We also see the menacing Vijay Sethupathi making an appearance that adds a lot of seriousness to the trailer. It also has Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, Varun Sandesh and Anasuya Bharadwaj in key roles. The trailer gives the impression that Michael is a raw, intense actioner with a beautiful love story and stylish visual treatment. It carries a vintage feel by showing typical gangster cars, red-themed backdrops, and retro clothing.

Written and Directed by Ranjit Jeyakodi, Michael is bankrolled by Karan C Productions LLP, Sree Venkateswara Cinemas LLP by Bharath Chowdary and Puskur Ram Mohan Rao.

Kiran Kaushik’s camerawork has captured the raw energy very well. Sam CS’s background score elevates the rawness of the movie.
The trailer has upped the ante about the movie which will hit the screens worldwide on February 3.

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