The much-awaited first look and title announcement of Vijay's "Thalapathy 62", directed by AR Murugadoss will be unveiled today at 6 PM. Vijay looks stylish and stunning in the new look. The actor is shooting for his 62nd film in the direction of AR Murugadoss now. "As a team, we are working hard to deliver a unique content and hoping that people would embrace our product once again".
Here is the first look of "Thalapathy" Vijay from his upcoming Tamil film "Sarkar". The makers of Sarkar have completed almost 60% of the shoot in Chennai. It has to be noted that Thuppakki and Kaththi were the names of his films with Vijay.
The film stars Keerthy Suresh as the female lead.
Interestingly, the film has politician Pala Karuppiah in the antagonist role. Despite of landing in controversies, his last film Mersal ended up as a smashing hit. In a first, Vijay sports a salt and pepper look which makes him dashingly sophisticated. Produced by Sun Pictures, the Academy Award victor AR Rahman is once again working with Vijay in "Thalapathy 62". The actor-director duo have worked together before in Thupakki and Kaththi and this is their third collaboration which has raised expectations from fans about the film. A huge political gathering setup was recently shot for the film and high volatile debate show discussing an important topic were also recently shot for the film.
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