Arulnithi Tamilarasu-Starrer Demonte Colony 2’s first schedule is over.

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Arulnithi Tamilarasu-Starrer Demonte Colony 2’s first schedule is over.

Demonte Colony 2 began filming in November of this year, and roughly 40% of the movie is now finished.

In Hosur, Tamil Nadu, the first schedule of the horror-thriller Demonte Colony 2 has concluded. Arulnithi Tamilarasu and Priya Bhavani Shankar play the key parts in the movie, which was written and directed by Ajay Gnanamuthu.

This movie is a follow-up to Demonte Colony, which was released in 2015 and starring Arulnithi, Ramesh Thilak, Sananth, and Abishek Joseph George in major parts. Nearly 40% of the filming for Demonte Colony 2 has been finished since it began in November.

First Schedule of Arulnithi Tamilarasu-Starrer Demonte Colony 2 Completed

Demonte Colony, a box office smash that marked Ajay’s debut as a director, was released in theatres. Alwarpet in Chennai’s Demonte Colony served as the setting for the 2015 movie. The movie established a brand-new standard for the horror genre.

The storyline for the sequel is currently a secret. Deepak D. Menon is in charge of the cinematography, and Sam CS is in charge of the music. Additional members of the technical team for the movie include Kumaresh and Ravi Pandi, who will be in charge of the production design and editing, respectively.

Demonte Colony 2 is being co-produced by White Nights Entertainment and Gnanamuthu Pattarai. We must now wait and see how the sequel will fare commercially.

The tagline for Demonte Colony 2 is “Vengeance of the Unholy.” The film’s next round of production will soon begin.

Meyaadha Maan, Kadaikutty Singam, Mafia: Chapter 1, Yaanai, and Thiruchitrambalam are just a few of Priya’s popular movies. Popular movies starring Arulnithi include Vamsam, Mouna Guru, and Demonte Colony.







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