On Thursday, the creators of the movie "Finder" unveiled its motion poster. Directed by Vinoth Rajendran, "Finder" is described as a thriller film inspired by a true story.
In the motion poster, the initial scene portrays two characters disposing of a body in the sea. Subsequently, the audience is introduced to various characters through flipping pages of a book. Nizhalgal Ravi takes on the role of advocate Dhayalan, while Sendraayan is introduced as Raayan. The lead actor, Charlie, portrays the prime suspect, Peter.
In addition to directing the film, Vinoth will also be playing a significant role in "Finder," alongside Abhilash, Gopinath, Shankar, and Prana.
"Finder" is based on a true story and is set in the backdrop of Chennai. The movie revolves around an organization that works to locate and help individuals who have been wrongly imprisoned for crimes they did not commit in the United States. This organization puts in efforts to prove their innocence and obtain rightful compensation from the government.
The filming of "Finder" has been completed, with shooting taking place in Chennai and its surrounding areas. Produced by Arabi Productions, the release date for the film is yet to be announced.