C U Soon Trailer Talk – Fahadh Faasil promises a Gripping thriller


Mahesh Narayanan’s directorial C U Soon Trailer starring Fahadh Faasil, Roshan Mathew, and Darshana Rajendran is gripping and will keep you hooked throughout. The C U Soon film is set to debut globally on September 1 on Amazon Prime Video, coinciding with the culmination of the 10-day Onam festival.

C U Soon is all about a call center employee (Roshan Mathew) who stays abroad and whose wife lives with his mom. They talk to each other daily through video calls and stay connected all the time. And suddenly she goes missing from the house, regarding which the employee seeks the help of his friend, played by Fahadh Faasil. The C U Soon trailer is quite intriguing though it has inspiration from low budget Hollywood movie “Searching” all over it when it comes to characters speaking to each other through the interface of video chat apps.


At this time and age, all you need is paper and pencil to write a script and a few passionate people with high-resolution web cameras to whip up a cracking thriller from the comforts of their homes. It is that simple. C U Soon was shot entirely during the lockdown without any major filmmaking equipment or other fancy gadgets.

Judging by the C U Soon trailer promises a one-of-its-kind film-watching experience. The characters in the movie stay connected, meet people, fall in love, get into trouble, and possibly unravel mysteries only through multiple screen devices without actual physical contact. And that truly captures the reality of the day.

Kamal Haasan took to Twitter and released the trailer of the much-awaited film. He wrote, “Dearest @maheshNrayan #FahadhFaasil and C U Soon team, wishing you all the best for the premiere of #CUSoonOnPrime on September 1.” The film is about dating app and how things are different in the virtual world, quite relatable? Isn’t it?

C U Soon full movie will premiere on September 1 on Amazon Prime Video.

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