Two things are extremely conspicuous in a two-minute long trailer of Jai’s next film Balloon. As the title shows, the first is the significance of ballons. The second is the nearness of unpleasant jokesters. Both assume a noteworthy part in Stephen King’s acclaimed ghastliness novel, which was as of late adjusted into a movie also. Indeed, even the joker who shows up in the trailer helps us to remember Pennywise, the comedian in IT. In any case, here, he inquisitively says “Therika Vidalama”, a famous movie-dialogue.
The popular culture references don’t stop here. There is a return to one of Jai’s own dialogue from Chennai 28. In any case, here it is backward. At the point when Janani Iyer inquires as to why Jai’s eyes are sweating, he concedes that he is crying. How might it be finished when a film that has a tribute melody to Oviya’s punchline ‘Neenga Shut Up Pannunga’ doesn’t have a discourse for her. Shockingly, Yogi Babu says, “Avanga enna Bigg Boss veetuku poi Oviya va pakaporanga, pei a paka poranga (They are not going inside the Bigg Boss house to see Oviya, they are going to visit the ghost.)”
Coordinated by Sinish, Balloon’s trailer influences us to think about whether it is a ghastliness comic drama or an unadulterated blood and gore movie. With music by Yuvan Shankar Raja, the film is set to hit the screens on December 29. The film is bankrolled by Dhilip Subbarayan, Arun Balaji, and Nandakumar.