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Bigil update: Massive set of the Chennai Egmore Railway station constructed for the Thalapathy Vijay- Cinema express

Bigil update: Massive set of the Chennai Egmore Railway station constructed for the Vijay-starrer's final schedule

We also hear that Vijay is all set to start dubbing for the film this weekend

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Published: 08th August 2019

With Vijay's upcoming film with Atlee, Bigil, in its last leg of the shoot, the team is reportedly shooting some final scenes on the outskirts of Chennai. The latest update about the film is that art director T Muthuraj has created a massive set of the Chennai Egmore Railway station, where an important sequence is currently being shot.

With Vijay completing his portions on the set today, only a few patchwork shots are said to be pending. We also hear that Vijay is all set to start dubbing for the film this weekend, and the film's music director AR Rahman will start the rerecording work from next week.

Bigil is said to be a sports drama, with the Sarkar-actor playing dual roles of a son, who is a football player-turned-coach, and a gangster father. Starring Nayanthara as the female lead, the film also features Indhuja, Varsha Bollamma, Amritha, and Reba Monica John as footballers, whose team will be coached by Vijay's character. Apart from them, Jackie Shroff, Kathir, Vivekh, and Yogi Babu are also part of the Bigil, playing supporting characters.

Produced by AGS Entertainments, Bigil is slated for a Diwali release.

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