Sivakarthikeyan to star in Indru Netru Naalai Ravi Kumar’s new film

It is accounted for by Kollywood sources that Sivakarthikeyan’s next film after Remo and the film to be coordinated by Jayam Raja would be coordinated by R. Ravikumar, who made the fruitful science fiction, wander Indru Netru Naalai last June. Sivakarthikeyan’s last film was the super-hit film Rajini Murugan which confronted immense issues preceding its discharge in theaters. He now assumes the lead part in Remo, created by his companion’s 24 AM Studios. Debutant Bakkiyaraj Kannan is the executive of the film which pits Sivakarthikeyan inverse Keerthy Suresh for the second continuous time after Rajini Murugan. Jayam Raja had shown some time back that his next directorial endeavor would star Sivakarthikeyan in the number one spot. Title and different points of interest of the film haven’t yet been uncovered.

It is currently said that Sivakarthikeyan’s next two movies after Raja’s film would be coordinated by Ponram and Ravi Kumar and that both the movies would be created by 24 AM Studios. Sivakarthikeyan starrer Remo will be out on 9 September. Sources say the creators have advanced the film bigly and guarantee it hits the screen on 9 September. Prior we reported that the main look and the title song will be discharged on June ninth. The most recent we learnt from the source is that the verse of the melody is penned by Chief Vignesh Sivan. Coordinated by Bhagiyaraj Kannan, Remo has music by Anirudh and that it would be out in July.

As we prior reported that the on-screen character Nayanthara had marked the undertaking with chief Mohan Raja in which she will be seen playing love enthusiasm with Sivakarthikeyan. The most recent buzz is that the performer is good to go to deliver a film which will be coordinated Vignesh Sivan featuring Sivakarthikeyan, in which Nayanthara will match at the end of the day with Remo on-screen character. In the interim, Nayanthara is willingly sitting tight for the arrival of her anticipated motion picture Thirunaal for discharge.

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