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Hrithik Roshan is going to rule the world: R Madhavan after visiting Vikram Vedha sets

R Madhavan is impressed with the upcoming Hindi adaptation of Vikram Vedha

Published: 21st October 2021
Madhavan at Vikram Vedha sets

Actor R Madhavan recently visited the sets of the Vikram Vedha remake and returned impressed.

Currently in production, the Hindi remake of Vikram Vedha stars Hrithik Roshan and Saif Ali Khan. Madhavan had portrayed Vikram, an honest cop, opposite Vijay Sethupathi's Vedha in the 2017 Tamil original.

Retweeting a picture with producers S Sashikanth and Chakravarthy Ramachandra, Madhavan praised the team for their mounting of the film. He also said Hrithik Roshan looks like "he is going to rule the World."

"Totally Blown with what you guys have done in terms of the mounting of this film.. @iHrithik  looks like he is going to rule the World .. what an attitude and look man . Phew .. This one one has “historic” & “ legendary” written all over it bro," Madhavan wrote.

Vikram Vedha went on floors last Friday on the occasion of Dusshera. It is being helmed by Pushkar-Gayathri, who also directed the original. As per reports, Hrithik is playing the gangster in the film with Saif essaying the police officer.

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