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Disney+ Hotstar reveals 1st look of its Hotstar Specials ‘Mathagam’

Disney+ Hotstar reveals the first look of its Hotstar Specials ‘Mathagam’

Chennai: India’s leading streaming platform, Disney+ Hotstar has released the first look of its new original series, ‘Mathagam’, featuring actors Atharvaa, Manikandan and Nikhila Vimal in the lead.

The series is directed by Prasath Murugesan with the production handled by Screen Scene Media Entertainment.

Apart from Atharvaa, Manikandan and Nikhila Vimal the series will also feature a host of other actors including ace director Gautham Menon, Dilnaz Irani, Ilavarasu, DD (Dhivyadarshini), Vadivukarasi, Aruvi Thirunavukkarasu, Munnar Ramesh, Sarath Ravi, Rishikanth and Murali Abbas.  

‘Mathagam’ in Tamil means the forehead of an elephant. The mighty animal uses its forehead for both offense and defense.

Talking about the series, director Prasath Murugesan says, “Mathagam showcases a gripping sequence of thrilling developments that take place over a period of 30 hours.

“As a director, I found challenging, the task of showcasing a planned seige happening one night and the efforts that are taken to defeat it. I hope this will be a very enjoyable experience for the audience.”

The music for the series is by Darbuka Siva, Cinematography by Edwin Sakay and editing is by Praveen Antony.

Popular stunt master Dhilip Subbarayan has choreographed the explosive action sequences in the series, which has art direction by Suresh Kallery.

Disney+ Hotstar (erstwhile Hotstar) is India’s leading streaming platform that has changed the way Indians watch their entertainment – from their favorite TV shows and movies to sporting extravaganzas. With the widest range of content in India, Disney+ Hotstar offers more than 100,000 hours of TV Shows and Movies in 8 languages and coverage of every major global sporting event.

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