Keerthy Suresh’s Penguin Trailer crosses 30 Million mark on Youtube

Keerthy Suresh took to her social media to share the exciting news of the trailer of her upcoming film Penguin hitting a whopping 30+ million views!
Written By Akanksha Sridhara | Updated: June 15, 2020 18:17 IST
Keerthy Suresh’s Penguin Trailer crosses 30 Million mark on Youtube

Penguin is Keerthy Suresh’s most exciting upcoming release! The mystery horror film Penguin will air on Amazon Prime on 19th June 2020. The film was simultaneously shot in Tamil and Telugu. It was further dubbed in Malayalam. Recently, Mohanlal, Nani, and Dhanush launched the trailer in their respective languages! The trailers gained immense popularity. They have created a strong buzz on social media. The trailers for Penguin have now crossed the 30 million mark! Keerthy Suresh shared a poster celebrating the 30+ million views across tv and digital platforms!
The poster shows Keerthy Suresh’s character. The graphic ‘Trailer 30 million+ views across tv and digital’ is written across the poster! Keerthy took to her caption to thank everyone for all the love.
Keerthy Suresh shared the poster with the caption, “30 M + views for #Penguin! Thank you for the amazing response. I am truly grateful for all the love #PenguinOnPrime@primevideoin @eashvar_karthic @ksubbaraj @musicsanthosh @kaarthekeyens @anilkrish8 @kharthikdop @stonebenchfilms @passionstudiosoffl_ @sonymusic_south.”
Penguin's trailer has all the quality of a thrilling film in the making! The trailer builds up the suspense in the case of a missing child under supernatural circumstances. The question on everyone’s minds is what happened and why!
Penguin is a mystery thriller flick. The mystery thriller is Eshavar Kathic’s directorial debut. Karthik Subbaraj is bankrolling the film under the Stone Bench Films banner. Santhosh Narayanan is the music director and Karthik Phalani the cinematographer. Musician Anirudh Ravichander will launch the film’s first single tomorrow at 5 pm! Penguin will follow Pon Magal Vandhal and Gulabo Sitabo as a direct digital release owing to the COVID-19 outbreak.