The film, which has been tentatively titled ‘Thalapathy67’, also reportedly features other major names like Prithviraj and Vijay Sethupathi, among others.
The film, which continues to draw crowds to theatres despite having been released on OTT from July 8, has already grossed over Rs 400 crore from its box office collections worldwide
Writer-director duo Pushkar-Gayatri has given up the desaturated colour scheme of the Tamil version for a more upbeat orange and teal colour scheme in the remake.
The teaser is packed with whistle-worthy dialogues, large scale action sequences and high on emotions drama backed with a very catchy background music
Vijay looked obviously taken aback and floored by the compliment made by the Bollywood superstar at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne in 2019
There was a rumour that the fishmonger had won a lottery worth Rs 75 lakhs, Nithya Menen can be heard saying in the video
The film will feature an ensemble cast, including Nayanthara and several actors from the North and South Indian industries
Director Seenu Ramasamy's critically acclaimed entertainer, 'Maamanithan', features actors Vijay Sethupathi and Gayathrie.
The contributors would be paid handsomely and also get credit in the film’s titles, the crew members said.
Though the makers had approached Vijay Sethupathi to play a villain in 'Pushpa: The Rise', he could not be part of the movie citing time constraints.