Run Baby Run is RJ Balaji’s maiden foray into the thriller genre; the first look poster is now out.

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Run Baby Run is RJ Balaji’s maiden foray into the thriller genre; the first look poster is now out.

RJ Balaji has undoubtedly come a long way from his days as a supporting actor to his current position among Tamil cinema’s elite. With Run Baby Run, he will enter the thriller genre after taking part in some successful projects like Mookuthi Amman, Naanum Rowdy Thaan, and Veetla Vishesham. The suspense drama’s first look poster has now been published by the film’s creators. He lost the expression and tweeted, “My first thriller…#RunBabyRun…In theatres from February 2023!”

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RJ Balaji and Aishwarya Rajesh have concerned expressions on their faces in the poster. The fact that the protagonist is standing in the middle of the road as a car approaches gives the impression that the story is more complex than it first appears. The tweet also stated that Run Baby Run will be released in theatres by February of 2023. The last shots for the movie are being taken.

Regarding the technical team for the movie, S Yuva is the head of the cinematography division, while Sam CS composed the songs and the score. Additionally, G Madan is handling the drama’s editing.

RJ Balaji will also appear in Singapore Saloon, directed by Gokul, in addition to Run Baby Run. In his upcoming performance, he will play a hairstylist. According to the movie’s first look poster, the drama will reportedly centre on a hairstylist who has returned to his own country from Singapore.

Director Lokesh Kanagaraj will also play a unique part in Singapore Saloon. After his role in Master with Thalapathy Vijay, this will be his second film appearance.







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