Veera Sivaji: Vikram Prabu's Next is an Action Thriller

Published: 14th November 2015 04:52 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th November 2015 04:52 AM   |  A+A-


Actor Vikram Prabu, who has been having a reasonably good run right from the time he made his debut in the Tamil film industry with Kumki, has reason to be excited. The actor’s films have been garnering attention in industry circles.

While the first is Wagah, a film directed by GNR Kumaravelan, the next is Veera Sivaji, which is being directed by Ganesh Vinayak. Sources say that the actor is now shooting for Veera Sivaji in Chennai.

“Although the title Veera Sivaji gives the impression that the film will only be an action thriller, in reality, it is about the loving bond between the hero and a child. The film will also have a generous dose of action, romance and comedy, as well making it a complete entertainer. Already, the team has completed one schedule and is in the process of shooting the next schedule. While the first schedule was shot in Pondicherry, the next is being filmed in Chennai,” says a source close to the actor.

Veera Sivaji stars Shamili as the female lead and also features a number of other actors including RoboShankar, John Vijay, Yogi Babu and Naan Kadavul Rajendran.

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