Chiyaan Vikram's 'Mahaan' to premiere digitally on Feb 10

Chennai, Jan 24 (IANS): Director Karthik Subbaraj's much-anticipated Tamil action-drama 'Mahaan', featuring Vikram and his son Dhruv Vikram in the lead, is set to release on Prime Video on February 10.

The film, produced by Lalit Kumar, is a narrative of a series of events that transform the whole life of an ordinary man as well as all the people around him.

'Mahaan' features real-life father-son duo Vikram and Dhruv Vikram together for the very first time, along with Bobby Simha and Simran in pivotal roles.

The movie will premiere worldwide exclusively on Prime Video starting February 10 and will also be available in Malayalam, Telugu and Kannada.

In Kannada, the film will be titled 'Maha Purusha'.

'Mahaan' is the story of a man whose family leaves him when he strays from the path of ideological living in his search for personal freedom. However, as he realises his ambitions, he also misses the presence of his son in his life.

Having fulfilled his dream of becoming a billionaire, does life give him a second chance to be a father?

This story is about how his life goes through an unexpected series of events in this thrilling, action packed journey.

"I am extremely excited to premiere 'Mahaan' on Prime Video. Karthik Subbaraj has done a fabulous job in creating the perfect mix of action, drama and emotions throughout. The film has an incredibly talented and wonderful star cast who have given stellar performances to make the story even more compelling for our audiences," said producer Lalit Kumar.

"We are eagerly looking forward to reaching fans across 240 countries and territories, with the exclusive worldwide premiere of 'Mahaan' on Prime Video starting 10 February."



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