Chennai, July 5 (IBNS): Ajith Kumar starrer Tamil movie 'Billa 2', which is a prequal to the 2007 film 'Billa', has already created a buzz after its trailer was released on YouTube on July 2.
According to one report, the trailer has gone viral drawing over 5 lakh hits in the first 48 hours of its release on the video sharing site.
The story of the film revolves round the life on an ordinary man named David and how he becomes Billa, an underworld don.
The trailer of the film has created huge waves for its punch dialogues and action sequences.
Southern star Ajith Kumar's much-hyped film 'Billa 2' has been directed by Chakri Toleti.
Media reports claimed that the producers will stick with the 'A' certificate given by the Censors Board.
The film's cast features former Miss India beauty pageant winner Parvathy Omanakuttan, and Brazilian beauty Bruna Abdullah.
Music composer Yuvan Shankar Raja, who is the music director of the film has made a special appearance in the role of a gangster.
Sources claimed that he film will hit the theatre on July 13.
'Billa 2' trailer gets record online hits
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