5 REASONS WHY PULI WILL BE A BLOCKBUSTER HITPublished: September 30, 2015
Ilayathalapathy Vijay fans are finding no ends to their celebration and the entire world of social networking sites and micro-blogging pages are spangled with invigorations and exhilarations. With just few more hours left for the film to hit screens, we bring you five good reasons why Puli will be a blockbuster hit of this year 2015.
In the recent times, there have been many films made at a whopping budget, but Puli has evidently proved to be best of its kind with more grandeur in production values. It has been greatly witnessed through the trailers and posters.
NEW DIMENSIONAL GENRE OF FANTASY
So far, we have been so much awestruck over the fantasy genre made by Hollywood, but this is the first ever time a big budget film based on this style is being delivered. In fact, Vijay’s bold attempt of switching from normal commercial elements to this unique pattern is really surprising and has turned everyone’s attention.
TRILINGUAL RELEASE AND MORE VERSIONS
Following the foot prints of Bahubali, Vijay’s Puli is having a simultaneous release in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi. Witnessing the grandness and production values of this film including huge star-cast, the distributors in Bollywood and Tollywood have bought the film for fancy price.
TECHNICAL VALUES AND ANIMATION
Yes, it’s all about enthralling the kids. When was the last time they were so much thrilled and enjoyed watching a show of fantasy with lots of good animation that children and family audiences can happily experience in theatres. It will be offering something on the lines of Narnia, Alice in the wonderland and many more.
BIG BANG STAR-CAST
Finally, it’s all about Vijay and more Vijays. The film is reported to feature Vijay in triple or dual roles that come with a characterisation of a cartoonist, dwarf and a warrior. Let’s wait and watch out more on the screens and not to miss the ensemble star-cast of Sridevi, Hansika Motwani, Shruthi Haasan, Sudeep, Prabhu and comedians like Thambi Ramaiah, Vidyullekha Raman and Imman Annachi.