Watch: Vijay-Sridevi Starrer ‘Puli’ Trailer 2 Here

Vijay’s much talked about film Puli’s second trailer will be released in a while. The Chimbudevan directorial is expected to give a tough competition to SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali.

Puli’s trailer one has already made waves in Tamil film industry as the Chimbudevan directorial has achieved most liked trailer on Youtube, beating Baahubali with a long margin.

Baahubali still managed to get only 30,000 likes where as Puli’s number are 102,628 and still counting.

The trailer of “Baahubali” crossed 2.8 million within 24 hours after the launch but it was in all the three major languages — Telugu, Hindi and Tamil. On the other hand, Puli‘s trailer, which is in Tamil, had crossed one lakh views and reached 2.25 lakh views in one hour on Youtube.

Produced by PT Selvakumar and Shibu Thameens, the film features Vijay, Shruti Haasan, Hansika Motwani, Sridevi and Kannada superstar Kiccha Sudeep. Sridevi is returning to Tamil films with ‘Puli’ after almost three decades of hiatus.

Compared to the CGI (Computer Generated Imagery) of SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali, Vijay starrer Puli has more CGI scenes than Bahubali. In all, Puli has 2,200 scenes with graphics embedded and it is touted to be much more than SS Rajamouli’s ‘Baahubali’, which has about 2,000 graphic scenes.

Puli is all set to be released in more than 3500 screens worldwide, which is a record for any Tamil film. This will be one of the biggest release in Ilayathalapathy Vijay’s carrier.

After the release of Puli trailer one, many celebrities used micro-blogging site twitter to express there views about the movie and how they are excited to see Ilayathalapathy’s Puli. It will be interesting to see the second trailer.

The film is slated to hit screens on October 1. It will be interesting to see how this fantasy period drama lives up to all the thrill and excitement or not.

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