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Arun Vijay’s look from Agni Sirgagual revealed

The action-thriller, directed by Moodar Koodam-fame Naveen, also stars Vijay Anthony, Akshara Haasan, and Raima Sen

Published: 04th December 2019

It is well known that Arun Vijay is part of Moodar Koodam-fame Naveen’s upcoming film, Agni Siragugal. The actor’s look and character from the film has now been revealed in a new poster.

The poster shows a bloodied Arun Vijay on the ground, ready to strike back. It also reveals that his character is called Ranjith.

Touted to be an action thriller, Agni Siragugal also stars Vijay Antony, Akshara Haasan, and Raima Sen. Notably, this project will mark Raima’s Tamil debut. 

Earlier, Vijay Antony was revealed to be playing a character named Seenu through a poster featuring the composer-turned-actor in a new avatar.

Agni Siragugal, bankrolled by T Siva’s Amma Creations, will have music by Natarajan Sankaran, who has previously scored the music for Moodar Koodam and Kappal

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