'96' Tamil movie first look poster out:- '96' first look poster (images hd) starring vijay sethupathi and Trisha Krishnan was out now. The lead actress Trisha herself unveiled the first look poster on her Twitter handle. This is the 59th movie in the career of Trisha Krishnan and she was happy to unveil the first look poster on Valentine's day. She wrote "Happy to present the first look of our soulful love story today being a day of celebrating love," on her Twitter account. The movie was directed by Prem Kumar and it was produced under the Madras Enterprises banner.

The film's story revolves around the relationship between the lead pair and hence the filmmakers have come up with a first look on the eve of Valentine's day today. Let's check more details below.

'96' first look poster received good response

The title logo of '96' which was unveiled today received good response from the audience and it started trending in social media platforms soon after its release. After creating a sensation with the 'Mohini' FL poster recently, Trisha grabbed everyone's attention with an Intriguing FL poster from her new movie '96'.

The regular shooting of the movie will commence soon and the film is slated for release in second half of 2017. As the lead actor Vijay Sethupati is on a winning streak with his recent releases and growing as one of the Top stars in the Tamil film Industry. This upcoming love story from the actor is increasing the expectations of the film as Vijay has a good number of hits in the love genre.

Trisha is back after a month on Twitter

The lead actress Trisha Krishnan who was attacked by Tamil people for supporting PETA a few days ago re the Jallikattu issue is back again after a month on Twitter. She unveiled two new film's FL posters today. The another movie titled as 'Garjanai' which is the 58th film in the actress career.

The 'Garjanai' first look poster impresses with a serious look of the actress from the movie.

Thus Trisha is back on Twitter with surprise posters from her upcoming films '96' and 'Garjanai'.