Mark Antony Trailer : Vishal starrer promising a fun filled retro time travel entertainer!

(This article is authored by Alar)

The much-awaited trailer of Mark Antony, the upcoming Tamil movie starring Vishal, S.J.Suryah,  has been released. The movie is written and directed by Adhik Ravichandran, who is known for his quirky and eccentric style of filmmaking.

Vishal took to Twitter and unveiled the trailer, writing, "Here we go finally today to showcase our theatrical trailer of #MarkAntony in Tamil & Telugu after a year long journey of only dedication, hard-work & team work from the #WorldOfMarkAntony cast & crew, hope you all like it, thanks to my Darlings @Karthi_Offl , @RanaDaggubati , @arya_offl for doing something so special for us in such short notice by releasing our trailer officially in respective languages. Welcome to Mark Antony Mamae, GB."

The music is composed by G.V.Prakash Kumar, who has collaborated with Adhik for the third time after Trisha Illana Nayanthara and Anbanavan Asaradhavan Adangadhavan. The trailer is a two-minute-long video that features the retro vibe, colorful visuals, and hilarious dialogues that are characteristic of Adhik’s movies.

The movie revolves around a time travel plot, where the protagonist Mark Antony (played by Vishal) travels back to the 1980s and meets his younger self. The trailer also shows glimpses of the other characters played by Suneel, Selvaraghavan, and some surprise cameos.

The movie promises to be a fun-filled entertainer with a lot of comedy, romance, action, and drama. The trailer has already received a lot of positive feedback from the fans and critics alike, who are eagerly waiting for the movie’s release. Mark Antony is produced by S.Vinod Kumar under the banner of Mini Studio. The cinematography is done by Abinandhan Ramanujam and the editing is done by Vijay Velukutty.

The trailer also surprised the viewers with a cameo appearance of the late actress Silk Smitha, who was recreated using computer graphics. Silk Smitha was a popular actress and dancer who worked mainly in Tamil and Telugu cinema, in addition to some Malayalam, Kannada and Hindi films. She was known for her bold and glamorous roles in South Indian films. She died by suicide in 1996 at the age of 35.