DNA first-look poster: Is Atharvaa-Nimisha Sajayan's movie a medical crime thriller or...?

    Helmed by Oru Naal Koothu director Nelson Venkatesan, the first look poster for DNA was released today, on lead actor Atharvaa’s birthday

    Atharvaa and Nimisha in DNA

    Atharvaa and Nimisha in DNA

    As we wish a happy birthday to Atharvaa, the makers of his film have revealed the first-look poster with the lead pair, Atharvaa and Nimisha Sajayan. The actors are seen in a tender pose, holding each other, while the other half of the poster features Atharvaa giving an intense stare. The theme of the poster hints at a strong crime thriller with a love story as its backdrop.

    DNA first-look poster

    Overall, audiences are looking forward to an intriguing crime thriller. Interestingly, the poster also has a tagline that reads, "Two strands wind around each other to make a twisted ladder," which has heightened curiosity among fans. Is it a twisted revenge story? Or, as the title suggests, is it another medical crime thriller? Nonetheless, this movie is certainly one to watch out for. 

    More about DNA

    Written and directed by Nelson Venkatesan of Oru Naal Koothu, Farhana, and Monster fame, DNA is touted to be a crime thriller and is produced by Jayanthi Ambethkumar, who previously produced the 2023 hit Kavin-starrer Dada. The makers are yet to announce the rest of the cast members, although actor Ramesh Thilak is said to be part of the film. On the technical front, the movie has cinematography by Parthiban and editing by VJ Sabu Joseph. A release date will be announced soon.


    Director Nelson on DNA

    Speaking about the film, director Nelson revealed that Atharvaa sports a new look in the movie. “Atharvaa will be sporting a new look in the film, which will be one of the film's surprises," the filmmaker revealed. Nelson added, "His character is a bit unconventional and will be something that we haven't seen in our films before.” He also mentioned that this is the first time he has worked in this genre. “This is a genre that I haven't worked in before. Both Atharvaa and Nimisha are powerful performers and that's why I chose them for the lead roles,” he said.