With his next movie ‘Leo’, Thalapathy Vijay is ready to take his fans on an exciting journey. Today, June 22, is the Tollywood celebrity's 49th birthday. Vijay has made sure to plan not just one, but two surprises to make the event even more unique for his admirers. Yes, you heard correctly. While ‘Leo's’ suspenseful first-look poster is currently available, the movie's opening track, ‘Naa Reddy’, can be made available at any time. Another intriguing discovery has also come to light. The Komodo-X camera, one of the best action cameras, will be used to film ‘Leo's’ allegedly mind-blowing action sequences.
‘Leo's’ cinematography has been entrusted to Manoj Paramahamsais. He has invited well-equipped and cutting-edge cameras to the filming locations in order to flawlessly capture high-octane action scenes. And the newest member of their camera family is the Komodo-X camera. ‘Leo’ is the first Indian movie to do so, according to this.
The filmmaker posted the camera unboxing video to Instagram just two days earlier. The well-known action team Anbi-Arivu, who are in charge of overseeing all the stunts in ‘Leo’, were also featured in the video. The video has garnered a lot of attention for good reason. “The most wanted action camera unboxed by the most wanted stunt duo Anbi-Arivu. Komodo-X, just can’t wait to see the action unfold with this little beast,” read Manoj Paramahamsais’ caption.
Anbi-Arivu was seen in the video slicing the cardboard box open to uncover the Komodo-X camera. Finally, after removing the box's wrapper, they take out the chic camera. The action couple starts applauding in celebration as they show off the Komodo-X's distinctive white-and-black characteristics to onlookers while grinning.
The audience had previously been wowed by Manoj Paramahamsa's stunning cinematography in films like ‘Nanban’ and ‘Beast’. Additionally, he collaborated on ‘Vikram’ and ‘Beast’ with Lokesh Kanagaraj, the director of ‘Leo’. According to Galatta, the director and cinematographer used the Mocobot camera, another action-specific camera, in the previous two films. The audience is anticipating great things as the Komodo-X is presented to the ‘Leo’ sets.
Trisha Krishnan plays the female lead in the 7 Screen Studio-produced film ‘Leo’, which also features Sanjay Dutt as the villain. On October 19, ‘Leo’ will debut on theatre screens.