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The Chekka Chivantha Vaanam promo features behind the scene footages involving the character 'Rasool' played by Vijay Sethupathi.
In the motion poster, it is evident that the superstar will sport the famous and beloved 1995 'Baasha' look.
Sethupathi, also referred to as 'Makkal Selvan' in the state, will be leading the Kabaddi fans in the stadium, in Tamil Thalaivas' colors cheering from the stands.
Let’s look at the idea of heroes thriving in pairs, a trend our film industry has always been privy to.
Imaikaa Nodigal is an exercise in duality — even in something like the portrayal of gender roles, for instance.
At a time when songs are getting louder and the emphasis is on cramming them with detail, there’s an incredible lightness of being about the eight songs in this film.
The trailer of Vijay Sethupathi's production venture is here and the compelling visuals show a fresh cast, with Antony and Gayathri Krishna in the lead.
Mani Ratnam's most-awaited 'Chekka Chivantha Vaanam' will release on September 28th, according to a tweet from Lyca Productions.
It’s not uncommon for actors to turn producers after a few years in the industry, but Vijay Sethupathi’s choice of films to produce has been as unconventional as his first few films as an actor.
With adored actors like Dhanush and Vijay Sethupathi playing this character more than once, dons are less feared and hated than they are loved and empathised with.
It’s really Vijay Sethupathi’s fault if you think about it - he’s spoiled us all by doing films like Iraivi and Aandavan Kattalai after attaining superstardom.
Madonna Sebastian is excited about the small part she plays in the upcoming Vijay Sethupathi film, Junga.
A bilingual, directed by Shiva Ganesh of Jigarthanda fame, is being made in Kannada and Tamil with actor Vijay Sethupathi.
Munishkanth says, 'We’re currently shooting for the film in Darjeeling. I joined the team on the 10th and I’ve got another ten days of shoot left in this schedule.'
Vijay Sethupathi said he was proud to see someone who doesn’t let gender come in the way of doing their job and started calling me thambi.