Laabam Release Date: Shruti Haasan and Vijay Sethupathi’s social drama to hit the screens on THIS day
Vijay Sethupathi, who was last seen in Netflix’s Navarasa, announced that his next film, Laabam, will hit the silver screens on September 9. There were earlier a lot of speculations that the film will release on an OTT platform, however, all the rumours got sidelined when Vijay made the announcement along with a poster. Sharing the happy news and a poster, Vijay Sethupathi wrote, “#Laabam Grand Release On September 9th in Theaters Near You (sic).”With theatres reopening, a lot of Telugu films too like Gopichand and Tamannaah’s Seetimaarr among others are all set to release on big screens.
Directed by SP Jananathan, Laabam is a socio-political drama and features Shruti Haasan in the female lead role. While Ramji was hired as cinematographer, D. Imman was roped in for music. The film went on floors in 2020 and the makers earlier had plans to release it in theatres in May 2020. However, it was postponed due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Check out Vijay Sethupathi ‘s Tweet:
#Laabam Grand Release On September 9th in Theaters Near You 🔥#SPJhananathan @immancomposer @KalaiActor @vsp_productions @thilak_ramesh @7CsPvtPte @Aaru_Dir @yogeshdir @LahariMusic @proyuvraaj @sathishoffl pic.twitter.com/EraapMmpd1
— VijaySethupathi (@VijaySethuOffl) August 25, 2021
Fans are very excited and tweets on Twitter are proof of the same. One of the fans wrote, “Must watch this movie as a tribute to the Legendary Director #SPJhananathan sir. #Laabam A Blockbuster indeed in Making itself. Excited for the FDFS Mega Star #MakkalSelvan.” Another one wrote,“Thank You Thalaivaa Waiting Madly for #MakkalSelvan Film #LaabamSeptember 9th Laabam FDFS.”
In the movie, Vijay Sethupathi plays the role of a social activist fighting for the rights of the farmers. Shruti Haasan plays a journalist in the film. Laabam is about corporate greed and how they exploit natural resources. Aside from Vijay and Shruti, the film features Jagapathi Babu, Sai Dhanshika, Ramesh Thilak, Prithvi Rajan and Jai Varma in key roles. Unfortunately, on March 14, director SP Jananathan passed away in Chennai after suffering a cardiac arrest. He was 61. So, Laabam is more special as this is the last movie of SP Jananathan.