The Tamil movie series called Aranmanai has been quite successful, with three films released so far.These horror comedy movies, directed by Sundar C, are known for blending scary elements with humor.
Now, fans are eagerly awaiting the fourth installment, which features talented actors like Raashii Khanna, Tamannaah Bhatia, Yogi Babu, and VTV Ganesh.Recently, Tamannaah Bhatia shared the first poster on her Instagram.
The poster is visually striking, with VFX effects, showing a woman in a saree holding the hands of a little girl and boy.They are all gazing at a spooky house beyond partially open black gates, with a dramatic sky in the background.Tamannaah announced that the movie is set to release in Pongal 2024.
Director Sundar C has played a significant role in all three previous movies, which were commercial hits.
These films have contributed to the popularity of horror comedies in Tamil cinema.While the stories aren’t necessarily connected, they often revolve around a haunted palace.
Tamannaah Bhatia also spoke about her career choices, mentioning her decision to avoid films that celebrate toxic masculinity.She shared her experience of working in commercial films where she couldn’t relate to her characters and requested the filmmakers to tone down the intensity.
Eventually, she decided not to take on such roles and consciously avoided films that glorify toxic masculinity.
Tamannaah Bhatia gained fame in Telugu and Tamil cinema with movies like “Happy Days” (2007) and “Kalloori.” She made her Hindi debut in “Himmatwala” (2013) and achieved immense success with “Baahubali: The Beginning,” one of India’s biggest blockbusters.Recently, she appeared in “Lust Stories 2” and “Jailer.”
Overall, the Aranmanai movie series is gearing up for its fourth installment, promising a blend of horror and comedy.Tamannaah Bhatia, one of the stars of the upcoming film, has shared the intriguing first poster, and fans are excited for its release in Pongal 2024.Additionally, Tamannaah discussed her career choices and her decision to avoid films that promote toxic masculinity.