Trailer Talk: A Collection Of Best Moments


The theatrical trailer of Arjun Reddy’s Tamil remake, Adithya Varma is out. It is definitely better than what many would have expected after looking at the previous version. It is in line with the original version which of course was evident from the teaser itself.

Dhruv Vikram, son of Vikram, is making his debut with Adithya Varma. It’s a critical and commercial success is vital for his future career perspective. Based on the trailer, it looks like he has done a decent job.

The portions with the beard and as drunkard look better compared to the college one, though. He still looks very soft in clean-shaven appearance devoid of the attitude required for the part.

Overall, due to the two versions that are out and the number of times we have seen the movie, the trailer looks like a collection of best moments. It leads to the impression that the trailer could have been cut better, though. Also, there is less focus on the rest of the cast.

Check out the trailer below. Gireesaaya, the former assistant of Sandeep Reddy Vanga, directs the Adithya Varma. The film will hit the screens worldwide on November 8th.

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