Netfix drops second trailer for Minnal Murali sets a darker tone For the upcoming superhero flick

    Netfix drops second trailer for Minnal Murali sets a darker tone For the upcoming superhero flick

    Netfix drops second trailer for Minnal Murali

    Netfix drops second trailer for Minnal Murali sets a darker tone For the upcoming superhero flick

    Netflix dropped the second trailer for the highly anticipated Malayalm superhero movie Minnal Murali today, and it sets a completely different tone and darker tone for the movie. While previous teasers and trailers showed a lighthearted and fun superhero flick the new trailer shows that there is a lot more going on than what meets the eye.

    The trailer while short, shows us the small town where the movie is set in a state of chaos and panic as their simple lives are caught between Minnal Murali and likely the mysterious antagonist of the movie.

    Netfix drops second trailer for Minnal Murali sets a darker tone For the upcoming superhero flick

    Thankfully we only see glimpses of the antagonist and the trailer instead focuses on the people of the town and side characters. As to the motivations of said bad guy still remains a mystery, the trailer ends with Minnal Murali struggling with his foe and barely holding on.

    This new trailer is just as exciting to watch as the others and only increases your anticipation and excitement to watch the movie and sets up Minnal Murali perhaps to be the best Indian superhero movie we have seen in a long while.

    Netfix drops second trailer for Minnal Murali sets a darker tone For the upcoming superhero flick

    Minnal Murali is directed by Basil Joseph and stars Tovino Thomas in the lead role along with Aju Varghese, Guru Somasundaram, and Femina George and is the first superhero movie in Malayalam and is set to release on Netflix on December 24 in all major Indian languages.

    You can watch the trailer here.

    Updated: December 01, 2021 05:04 PM IST
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