Untitled Mayabazar 2016 remake
|Produced by||Sundar C.|
|Based on||Mayabazar 2016|
by Radhakrishna Reddy
|Music by||C. Sathya|
An untitled Tamil-language crime comedy film is being directed by Badri. The film is a remake of the Kannada film Mayabazar 2016 (2020) and stars Prasanna, Shaam, Ashwin Kakumanu, Yogi Babu, Shruti Marathe, Rittika Sen, and VTV Ganesh.
- Ashwin Kakumanu
- Yogi Babu
- Shruti Marathe
- Rittika Sen
- VTV Ganesh
- R. N. R. Manohar
- Master Shakti
In early September of 2020, the media reported that Sundar C. had bought the remake rights of the demonetization thriller Mayabazar 2016 (2020). The film was launched on September 14, 2020. He produced the film under his banner Avni Movies. The film is directed by Badri who previously worked with Sundar C. as a dialogue writer for Kalakalappu (2012) and Action (2019). Prasanna, Shaam, Ashwin Kakumanu and Yogi Babu were signed to portray the lead roles. Raiza Wilson was reported by the media as being a part of the film; however, this later proved to be false. Shruti Marathe, who was last seen in Guru Sishyan (2010), was cast as the female lead and this film marks her return to Tamil cinema. Rittika Sen, who was last seen in Dagaalty, was cast as another female lead. The film was shot in Chennai.
The songs are composed by C. Sathya.
The film will premiere on Sun TV.
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