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Vikram in Vaalu director’s film

This yet-to-be-titled flick will be bankrolled by Silverline Film Factory.

Published: 18th November 2016 10:13 PM  |   Last Updated: 19th November 2016 05:49 AM   |  A+A-

Express News Service

Vikram is now busy focusing on his next, which is said to be the Tamil remake of Hollywood film Don’t Breathe, directed by Anand Shankar.

The latest we hear is that, he’ll be doing a film with Vijay Chander, who made his directorial debut with the Simbu-starrer Vaalu (2015).

This yet-to-be-titled flick will be bankrolled by Silverline Film Factory that had funded “Vikram’s shelved period flick Karikaalan.

The details of the title, cast and crew  will be announced shortly. “Vikram is known for choosing offbeat scripts and experimenting with his characters. This film will also be on those lines and is expected to go on floors soon,” said the source.

He had signed Thiru’s Garuda, but we hear that the project has been delayed due to some financial issues.

Meanwhile, Vikram was spotted recently with a thick beard and a toned physique! This has made everyone speculate that this look was for the role of blind assassin in the Hollywood remake.

The makers are yet to make an official announcement.

As of now, the actor has Saamy-2 in his kitty, which will be produced by Shibu Thameens. Besides that, he’s also in talks with Gautham Menon for a film.



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