Chennai (Tamil Nadu) [India], April 15 (ANI): South star Thalapathy Vijay and Pooja Hegde-starrer ‘Beast’ was recently released in theatres and the movie has surpassed all expectations by conveying its fire and power to the audiences.
The action-packed movie, which is well on its way to becoming a massive hit, is a theme park full of all kinds of wild rides. Having hailed ‘Beast (RAW)’ as a must-watch with repeat value, fans just can’t seem to stop raving about it. Kaushik, a fan who came to watch the movie’s first show, told ANI that he has been watching Vijay’s films for the past four-five years. “Today I have taken off from the office for the movie. I have also booked two more shows which I will watch,” he said.
Another fan named Satya, on Wednesday also spoke to ANI after watching the movie and said, “I am here from 03:00 am (21:30 GMT), I am here for the celebration. 4.30 am (23:30 GMT) show, it’s done and 7.30 am (02:00 GMT) saw back to back shows. It’s time for office but I am not in the mood today.”
Several other elated fans of Vijay were seen hitting the streets outside cinema halls to dance and rejoice at the theatrical release of ‘Beast’.
Some of them even showcased their love for the star by pouring packets of milk on the movie’s posters.
Written and directed by Nelson Dilipkumar, ‘Beast (RAW)’ is an action thriller set inside a mall hijacked by terrorists and unbeknownst to them, Vijay’s character Veera Raghavan (present in the mall) takes it upon himself to fight the terrorists. He is introduced as a notorious spy, who is in the mall with his girlfriend Preeti (Pooja).
The film marks the first time Vijay and Pooja have been paired together and both their fans are in for a treat because their chemistry is unmissable.
‘Beast (RAW)’ is produced by Sun Pictures. The music of the film is composed by Anirudh Ravichander. Starring Thalapathy Vijay, Pooja, Selvaraghavan, Yogi Babu, Lilliput Faruqui and Ankur Ajit Vikal, ‘Beast (RAW)’ was released on April 13, 2022.
It has been released by UFO Moviez in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu on the same day across North India.