Yogi Babu, who tickled the funny bones of the audience in Vijay films such as Mersal and Sarkar, has been roped in for the actor’s next film to be directed by Atlee.
GK Vishnu who cranked the camera for Mersal will take care of the visuals in Thalapathy 63 and 2.0 production designer Muthuraj is also on board for the film.
Meanwhile, Vijay has deposited ranging from Rs 2 lakhs to Rs 4.5 lakhs in the bank accounts of Vijay Makkal Iyakkam heads located in the delta region to carry out relief works in areas affected by cyclone Gaja.
Also, the ‘Thalapathy’ has instructed the fans club members to visit the affected areas and help the needy people.
Recently, over a year after Vijay’s Mersal’s release, magician Raman Sharma has revealed that Thenandal Films, the producers of the movie, are yet to pay him
In Atlee-Vijay’s last movie together, Mersal, Vijay played three roles- Vetrimaaran, a do-gooder, his elder son Maaran who is a doctor, and second son called Vetri, who is a magician.
Raman Sharma took to his Twitter page to share the screenshot of his WhatsApp conversation with Thenandal Films’ CEO Murali Ramasamy and alleged that the production house owes him nearly 4 lakh rupees.
Raman Sharma also posted a video pleading the producers to pay him for the work he has done in the film. The video and tweets of Raman have become viral on social networking sites. Fans of Vijay and netizens are also raising questions to Hema Rukmani, wife Murali Ramsamy to solve this issue.