Vijay’s New Tamil Action Movie ‘Leo’ Coming to Netflix: Know Dates Here

Vijay's New Tamil Action Movie 'Leo' Coming to Netflix: Know Dates Here

After making lots of noise in the theaters Leo is ready to join Netflix. Starting from next week, the action-packed Tamil thriller “Leo” starring Vijay will be available on Netflix to subscribers outside of India. 

The film was released in theaters on October 19th and has become the highest grossing Tamil film in 2023 earning over Rs 500 crore worldwide. 

Trisha, Sanjay Dutt, Arjun Sarja, Mansoor Ali Khan, Priya Anand, Mysskin and Gautham Vasudev Menon are also part of the movie.

‘Leo’s’ Netflix Release Date

The movie “Leo” will appear on Netflix streaming service for Indian subscribers on November 24th. On November 28th this year it will be available for worldwide audiences spoken in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and Hindi languages. This is actor Vijay’s second project with director Lokesh Kanagaraj after their successful masterpiece “Master” (2021).

Anirudh Ravichander—a music composer who has also worked on other Vijay films like “Kaththi,” “Master,” “Beast”—has composed the soundtrack for “Leo”. The film is produced by SS Lalit Kumar.

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Actor Mansoor Ali Khan’s Disrespectful Remarks Against Trisha

Another recent news revealed that the Tamil cine star Trisha Krishnan had condemned her ‘Leo’ co-star Mansoor Ali Khan for making ‘vile and disgusting’ comments about not being able to share screen space with her in this blockbuster. 

This was in response to a derogatory comment passed by Khan during an interview. In a recent interview, actor Mansoor Ali Khan was disrespectful towards actress Trisha. During the interview, he expressed his disappointment for not having any scenes with Trisha in the upcoming movie Leo.

Trisha referred to Khan’s comments as sexist and misogynistic, promising never to work with him again. She even felt grateful for not sharing a screen with such “pathetic” people.

Khan’s comments were disappointing and infuriating according to Lokesh Kanagaraj, the director. Besides supporting Trisha, he also called for a respectful and inclusive entertainment industry.

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