The director Arivazhagan’s film “Kuttram 23” (குற்றம் 23) has been released today. The film was scheduled to release today on 3rd March. Kuttram 23 is an action thrill movie, the Tamil film is written by its director Arivazhagan. The film is produced by Inder Kumar. Arun Vijay and Mahima Nambiar starrer film started running in the theaters from today onward. Arun Vijay and Mahima Nambiar play a lead role in the film while Vamsi Krishna, Aravind Akash, and Thambi Ramaiah are in supporting role. The medicinal thriller film, Kuttram expected to gross Rs. 9.7 crores on its opening day.

The film is made under the control budget, Arun Vijay is in a role of the cop in the movie and according to the director of the film, he is perfectly fit for the role as he has the class and skilled. The film has hit the theaters and the film is all set to entertain us all. The makers of the movie decided to release it on today, 3rd March worldwide. The is inspired by the famous novel of Rajesh Kumar.

The collection of the movie taken from several sources and from our research. The first-day collection of the film is estimated by the film experts. The director Arivazhagan and lead actor Arun Vijay is now ready to do some good business at the box office. The film is supposed to do decent business in its upcoming day as well. The story of Kuttram 23 is taken from the novel of Rajesh Kumar who is famous among people for his crime stories and thrilled novels. The film got a tag of “medical thriller” as the film is full of thrill and with Tollywood’s most popular thing, the action. In this medical thrilling film, the director trying to give a powerful dose of thrill and action to the audience. Vishal Chandrasekhar has composed music for the film.

The film is expected to do decent business at the box office worldwide. The makers of the film first decided to release the film on 14 January 2017 but later on, they shifted its release date to 3rd March as they were not getting many screens as per their wish. Hope the film will do well in the theaters.

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