A few days back, Karthik Subbaraj announced his biggie starring Chiyaan Vikram and Dhruv Vikram in lead roles. The announcement turned out to be a huge treat for all Chiyaan fans as they expressed their desire to watch the father-son combo on the silver screen. And now, the latest report suggest that the title of the film is Thiravukol Mandiravadhi. Though we are yet to get the official confirmation about this from the makers.
The film will be bankrolled by Lalit Kumar's Seven Screen Studios, who is also co-producing Thalapathy Vijay and Vijay Sethupathi's Master. Dhruv Vikram, who impressed us with his sensational debut Adithya Varma, is expected to have a powerful role in the film. Talking about Vikram's next Cobra, the film also stars former cricketer Irfan Pathan and Srinidhi Shetty in pivotal roles. Recently, director Ajay Gananamuthu revealed that Chiyaan Vikram risked his life not once but thrice for an underwater sequence in the film. In the shot, the actor was supposed to get immersed upside down with his hands, legs and mouth tied. The sequence was quite difficult as even the stuntman couldn't perform it. While Ajay decided to change the sequence, Vikram told him not to compromise and performed himself. While he did the stunt properly, his c0-actor, who was part of the stunt, failed to give it a perfect shot. Later Ajay said that he could manage now on the edit table but insisted and gave the shot until it came out well.
On the next day, Vikram's eyes and ears nerves got blocked and had to undergo treatment on the sets but still, he shot for other sequences. Known for directing blockbusters like Demonte Colony and Imaikkaa Nodigal, Ajay Gnanamuthu is collaborating for the first time with Chiyaan Vikram for Cobra. So, are you excited to see the father-son duo on the silver screen? Tweet and let us know @bollywood_life.
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