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Yennai Arindhaal's latest poster has been unveiled by its team and with that they have disclosed the release date of the movie as well. Yes, Thala Ajith's upcoming movie with Gautham Menon will hit silver screens all across the world for Pongal festival on January 14th 2015. Though this news has been doing rounds from quite sometime now, it was officially announced by Yennai Arindhaal team only recently.
But what's caught the eye of many movie buffs is that with Lingaa confirmed to make its way into cinema theatres on December 12th for Superstar Rajinikanth's birthday and with AR Rahman working hard to complete the background score of Shankar's I with a sole reason of getting it on screen for Christmas as per the producer's request, there are no doubts that 3 biggies will clash with each other at the box office in near future.
Yennai Arindhaal is expected to be a typical Gautham Menon's movie, add to that Ajith's screen presence and his abilities to draw massive crowd to theatres atleast in Tamil Nadu, Yennai Arindhaal has more than just good chances to cause some upset and to emerge as a gainer at the end of the day. While Lingaa has the almost indestructible Rajinikanth factor, I is expected to be a real path-breaking movie like all Shankar movies have been of late.
It will be interesting to see how Lingaa does at the box office after 2 weeks from the date of its release as Vikram's I will most likely hit the screens before Lingaa completes 14 days at the box office especially if everything goes according to plans at Aascar Ravichandran's camp. Interestingly, AR Rahman has composed music for both these films and both the movies are said to be made with a budget of over 100 crore rupees.
Though I will have almost 3 weeks before Ajith's Yennai Arindhaal too joins the race, it is always safe for a film to run on big screens for atleast a month without being impeded by other films. Alternatively, it is going to be a bonanza for fans and movie mongers over the next 3 months.