According to reports, Composer AR Rahman may come onboard for the project. The untitled flick will be the third outing of Vijay with director Murugadoss after Kaththi and Thuppaki. Murugadoss’ previous film Spyder, which had Tollywood star Mahesh Babu, that also released this year amid huge hype failed to live up to its box office expectations. However, an official confirmation is awaited on the same. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd Looks like Murugadoss is set to redeem himself at the box office with Vijay 62. The filmmakers were also on the lookout for new faces to cast in the big budget film. 2017-12-05T17:48:49+00:00″>
Published: December 5, 2017 5:48 pm
Vijay to next act in AR Murugadoss’s film again
Mersal, Baahubali 2, Suriya’s TSK dominate Twitter in 2017Vijay fan arrested for posting derogatory comments against PM ModiMersal box office: Vijay’s film inching towards Rs 200 crore, set to beat Enthiran record in TNSun Pictures on Monday officially announced its next film venture with Ilayathalapathy Vijay, which will be directed by ace-filmmaker AR Murugadoss. While the details of remaining cast and crew remain unknown. Its next venture will reunite the blockbuster actor-director duo, who have derived box office hits in the past. The film will go on the floors in January next year and the filmmakers have plans to release on Deepavali. It is only the third film of Sun Pictures, which has mainly focused on distributing films so far. So far only the actor, director and the producer of the project, which has been tentatively called, Vijay 62, has been confirmed. Rahman had also scored music for Vijay’s previous film Mersal, which set the box office on fire after it released on Deepavali this year. Sun TV is happy to announce #Vijay62withSunPictures #ActorVijay #ARMurugadoss pic.twitter.com/ndSr9I76DH
— Sun TV (@SunTV) December 5, 2017
Mersal also emerged as the most discussed topics on Twitter in India in 2017, courtesy the BJP leaders in Tamil Nadu. The last film that was produced by Sun Pictures’ was superstar Rajinikanth’s Enthiran, one of India’s most expensive projects in 2010.