'South ka satta maar ke nai.. Seeti maar ke dikhayenge', says the Aggressive Hero Gopichand in the trailer for 'Seetimaarr'. If you want to know why the protagonist is challenging the other side so aggressively, you have to watch Mass Director Sampath Nandi-directed and Srinivasaa Chitturi-produced 'Seetimaarr'. The huge action-driven sports drama will arrive in theatres on September 10 to 'play' Kabaddi with box office collections.
Made on a huge budget and boasting of high technical values, 'Seetimaarr' stars Gopichand and Milky Beauty Tamannaah Bhatia as the lead pair, and has the backdrop of the national sport Kabaddi. Presented by Pawan Kumar, it is produced by Srinivasaa Chitturi on Srinivasaa Silver Screen. The film will release in theatres for Vinayaka Chavithi on September 10. The pakka mass and commercial film's trailer was released today.
In the trailer, Gopichand's powerful lines stand out. When a sports selector questions Gopichand's character over selecting eight players from a single village, the hero retorts that going by the rules will ensure that the players would merely play the sport. But if there is determination, they will hog the headlines. In another moment, the hero says that the whole country will turn its attention to the problems of the village if the team wins the national Kabaddi tournament.
Somewhere, we also see a villainous police officer played by actor Tarun Arora aggressively say, "Someone is arriving in order to lord over us. Let him come." We see a stretch of action moments in the trailer besides such dialogues.
Rao Ramesh's character cynically says that the character of the women is decided by the length of the dress they wear. Gopichand is seen emotionally telling the villagers that both men and women live up to the age of 60 years at the minimum, but women virtually die at the age of 20. Tamannaah is heard telling the hero that Abdul Kalam had asked people to dream, not daydream.
In keeping with the genre, Rao Ramesh says that the hero seems to have a lot of bad cholesterol in him. And the icing on the cake comes in the form of Tamannaah saying that there is no going back without winning the cup.
The trailer is rich with powerful dialogues. The action and kabaddi scenes stand out. The title track heard in the background, the action scenes, the women empowerment theme... they all deliver impact.
Besides Gopichand's heroism, the film also has Tamannaah's glamour and performance as highlights. Sampath Nandi is back with yet another huge movie of his kind. It's clear that the film is going to be many times more powerful than the trailer.