Is Aramm 2 on cards?

The Nayanthara-starrer Aramm, which was released last Friday, has been getting rave responses with the actor appreciated for choosing such an off-beat script and the story praised for speaking about m

Published: 12th November 2017 10:48 PM  |   Last Updated: 13th November 2017 10:16 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

The Nayanthara-starrer Aramm, which was released last Friday, has been getting rave responses with the actor appreciated for choosing such an off-beat script and the story praised for speaking about many issues faced by the laymen of the country.

With the film turning out to be a successful venture, it’s speculated that producer Rajesh of KJR Studios has decided to make a sequel to the film. Since the film ends with Nayanthara’s character setting out to help the needy in ‘different’ ways, the possibility of a sequel seems plausible too.

A source close to the production team states that the sequel will be as hard-hitting as the original film and might possibly go on the floors next year. Director Gopi Nainar who directed Aramm was not available for comments.

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