The trailer of Nayanthara’s upcoming film, Aramm, was released on November 1. A film by Gopi Nainar, the film discusses water shortage in provincial Tamil Nadu and how that has influenced the regular daily existences of individuals. The core of the plot is clarified with a solitary discourse. “Are you for the government, or against the government?” This inquiry is postured to Nayanthara, to which she answers,“According to me, government means people.”
This film will be about a town’s endeavors to take care of an issue that has prompt loss of many lives. A senior from the town says, “People are going to die of thirst. It is going to be like an epidemic when so many lives were lost due to diarrhea and cholera.” The trailer depicts what might occur in the nation if individuals somehow happened to get frantic. They are frantic to live and don’t believe the administration any longer to carry out its activity.
Nayanthara, who assumes the part of an IAS officer, is trapped, in the middle of the degenerate government and edgy individuals. What will she do to settle this issue and how it hands the lives of individuals over this town around will be the story. The trailer likewise has incredible discoursed, including when Nayanthara says, “Money creates two kinds of people – slaves and masters.”
Nayanthara is once more set to lead a film independent from anyone else with the assistance of what one hopes to be a decent content. Aramm, delivered by KJR Studios, has music made by Ghibran. The film is slated to discharge on November 10.