‘Chiyaan’ Vikram ready for ‘24’

Followed by the success of ‘Kanthaswamy’, Vikram has signed a deal with director Vikram K Kumar for his \'24\'.

Published: 28th August 2009 05:17 PM  |   Last Updated: 15th May 2012 09:43 PM   |  A+A-

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Followed by the grand success of ‘Kanthaswamy’, actor Vikram has signed the deal with director Vikram K Kumar of ‘Yaavarum Nalam’ fame. Although, the filmmaker had revealed about commencing his sequel to ‘YN’, he didn’t speak about this film, as script works were pending.

But now, it has been confirmed that both of them will be joining hands together for ‘24’ (Irupathi Naangu) produced by Mohan Natarajan. According to Vikram Kumar, he has assured that it will be a new-fangled film in Indian film industry.

‘24’ is expected to be an edge of the seat thriller with unexpected twists and turns. Tollywood’s voluptuous Ileana will be starring opposite Vikram in female lead and rest of the star-cast is yet to be confirmed.

Harris Jayaraj will be tuning melodies, while P.C. Sriram cranks the camera. The film will start rolling once Vikram completes his schedule for Manirathnam’s ‘Raavan’ by November.

-R. Richard Mahesh/ Sampurn Media

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