Thalla Vijay Singing Once Again For His 60th Film

Vijay Singing Once Again: We all know Vijay sang a songs for his films like “Google Google” in ‘Thuppaki’, “Selfie Pulla” in ‘Kaththi’ etc., in the past. Now he is coming with another song from his upcoming flick “Vijay 60” under the direction of Bharathan.

Thalla Vijay Singing - Vijay Singing Once Again For His 60th Film
Thalla Vijay Singing

Thalla Vijay Singing Once Again For His 60th Film

The latest update is that Vijay is all set to sing for Santhosh Narayanan making it the first time that Vijay is crooning for the composer. What’s more, it is not like the songs Vijay usually sings.

Santhosh Narayanan has asked Vijay to sing for one of his compositions for his upcoming film “Vijay 60” and Vijay has given green signal to it. This song is quite unlike the songs that Vijay has sung earlier. It is not a romantic number either. This song will be something new and interesting  in typical Santhosh Narayanan’s style.

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The film will be produced by B.Bharathi, the film stars Vijay and Keerthy Suresh in the lead while Sathish and Jagapathi Babu play supporting and antagonist roles.

Thalla Vijay Singing

Recently, shooting for a fight sequence in Hyderabad is completed, Ilayathalapathy Vijay is now, back in the city to shoot a major sequence for Bharathan of Azhagiya Tamil Magan fame.

Makers of the film have erected a set resembling that of a bus stand in the studio and the shooting is going on at a brisk pace. And the team has an erected a set resembling that of a bus stand in the studio. We have recreated the Koyambedu bus stand inside a studio and have planned to shoot there for ten days. These scenes are very crucial in the film.

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Vijay’s 60th movie is going to direct by Bharathan. The director Bharathan is also very well experienced director and he had received many awards for his work in past directed movies. who also made Azhagiya Thamizh Magan and Athithi.

 

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