Watch: Dhanush’s Captain Miller trailer sets the internet on fire 

(This article is authored by Alar)

The much-awaited trailer of Captain Miller, starring Dhanush in the lead role, was released today and it has taken the internet by storm. The film, which is slated to hit the screens on January 12, 2024, is a historical action drama set in the pre-independence era.

The plot unfolds against the backdrop of British oppression, with Dhanush's character swearing vengeance against the invaders who have ruthlessly exploited his people. The trailer is a testament to Dhanush's intensity as he delivers power-packed dialogues that are bound to send shivers down the spine of every enthusiast.

One such memorable line echoes, "You believe in devils? I am the devil, and you will call me," showcasing Dhanush's prowess in delivering dialogues that resonate with grit and determination. The mere glimpse of these moments is enough to ignite excitement among fans eagerly anticipating the film's release.

The film also features Sundeep Kishan, and Priyanka Arul Mohan, who plays the female lead and interestingly features her in a vengeful strong character who hintingly pits against Dhanush, going by the trailer.

The trailer also promises some high-octane action sequences, with Dhanush wielding swords, guns, and bombs against the enemy forces, aligned with Kannada Superstar Shivaraj Kumar. The film has been written and directed by Arun Matheswaran, who has previously helmed critically acclaimed films like Rocky and Saani Kaayidham.

The film is produced by Sendhil Thyagarajan and Arjun Thyagarajan under their banner Sathya Jyothi Films. The film boasts of a stellar technical crew, including GV Prakash as the music composer, Siddhartha Nuni as the cinematographer, Madhan Karky as the dialogue writer, and Nagooran as the editor.

The film also has John Kokken, Edward Sonnenblick, Nivedhithaa Sathish, Vinoth, Kishan, Nassar, Alexx O'Nell, Elango Kumaravel, Viji Chandrasekhar, "Merku Thodarchi Malai" Antony, Bala Saravanan, and few others in pivotal supporting roles. The film will also be released in multiple languages, including Hindi, Telugu, and Malayalam, to cater to a wider audience. The film is a tribute to the unsung heroes of India’s freedom struggle and a celebration of patriotism and courage.