The anticipation for Mark Antony, the upcoming pan-Indian film directed by Adhik Ravichandran, reached a fever pitch as the official Tamil and Telugu trailer was released worldwide on September 3rd.
Starring Vishal, S.J. Suryah, Suneel, Selvaraghavan, Ritu Varma, and a talented ensemble cast, the film promises to deliver a unique blend of gangster drama and sci-fi time travel thriller. With music composed by the talented G.V. Prakash Kumar, Mark Antony is poised to make waves in South Asian and Indian cinema. Producer S. Vinod Kumar has bankrolled this ambitious project, and the trailer offers a tantalizing glimpse into what’s in store for audiences when the film hits theaters on September 15 in South Indian languages and on September 22nd in Hindi.
As the trailer unfolds, viewers catch glimpses of the world of Mark Antony. The action sequences are adrenaline-pumping, and the narrative promises to keep audiences engaged till the end.
Talking about the movie, Vishal says, “Working on Mark Antony has been an exhilarating journey for me as an actor. This trailer is just a glimpse of the electrifying world Adhik Ravichandran has created. Get ready to witness a never-seen-before fusion of gangster drama and sci-fi time travel thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seats.”
Meanwhile, the actor also shared an incident from the film’s shoot when he and his co-actor, S. J. Suryah, narrowly escaped a crash.
Talking to the media on Wednesday, Vishal narrated the incident: “We were shooting for a sequence, and it involved me and Suryah sir. Both of us were standing on our marks, and the truck that was approaching us lost control. We stood there, frozen. I don’t know who prayed for me because, as I saw the truck driving towards us, it suddenly made a turn and crashed on the side, sparing both Suryah sir and me, and we came out of it without a single scratch. At that instance, I felt like I went to hell and came back.”
“I requested that everyone on the set give me some time so that I could make sense of what happened and calm myself down because, having survived the crash, I was in a trance,” he added.