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Arun Vijay, Regina Cassandra join hands for Arivazhagan's spy thriller 

Said to be a spy thriller, the project will likely go on floors shortly

Published: 05th December 2019

Filmmaker Arivazhagan, who was supposed to join hands with Nayanthara for a psychological thriller this year, has announced a new project starring his Kuttram 23 hero Arun Vijay in the lead. The mega-budget film, co-starring Regina Cassandra, will be bankrolled by All-In-All Pictures' Vijaya Raghavendra. 

Touted to be a spy thriller, the film will be shot in several locations including Chennai, Hyderabad, and Delhi. The film is expected to go on floors soon and the pre-production work is currently underway. 

The yet-to-be-titled film has cinematography by Rajasekar, who has previously worked in Arya 2 and Orange, and music by Sam CS. It is planned as a summer release, next year. 

There is no word about the status of the Nayanthara-Arivazhagan project as of now. 

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