December 10, 2016 11:19:26 am
Finally, actor Atharvaa’s upcoming film’s teaser was released online. The teaser launch was initially planned to take place on December 5. However, it was postponed due to the demise of former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa.
Semma Botha Aagathey teaser, which was unveiled by director AR Murugadoss on his Twitter page, has become a hit with the Tamil film audiences. The less than one-minute teaser doesn’t give away much. But, it, indeed, promises to show Atharvaa in a never-seen-before avatar. The background music of the teaser composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja has also caught the attention of the internet users.
Film director Badri took to Twitter thanking viewers for the “terrific” performance. “#Semmabothaaagathey.Thanks for the terrific response. We are trending continuously @thisisysr @Atharvaamurali @actorkaruna @Cinemainmygenes,” he tweeted.
Semma Botha Aagathey marks the collaboration of the actor-director-music composer trio, who had previously delivered 2010 hit film Baana Kaathadi. The teenage romance film was the debut of Atharvaa and also introduced Samantha Ruth Prabhu as the female lead in Tamil. The film had Atharvaa playing the role which was not a larger-than-life hero. He played a good kid living in a bad neighbourhood. But, Semma Botha Aagathey is set to throw the young actor in an out-and-out commercial hero space.
— Badri Venkatesh (@dirbadri) December 10, 2016
The title of the film means ‘Don’t get too high.’ So is it a stoner movie? A genre which has not been properly explored in India. However, for now, Semma Botha Aagathey teaser is a good way to start your browsing on the internet. It shows Atharvaa in a rugged look with a killer background score, promising a cinematic high for the audience.
Beside acting Atharvaa is also bankrolling the project.
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