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Arun Vijay begins dubbing for Sinam

Sinam will see Arun Vijay don the khaki again after his 2017 hit, Kuttram 23

Published: 03rd August 2020

Actor Arun Vijay has begun dubbing for his cop film Sinam, directed by Haridas-fame GNR Kumaravelan. In a statement, the team has announced that the necessary precautions have been taken, according to the government guidelines.

Sinam will see Arun Vijay don the khaki again after his 2017 hit, Kuttram 23. Palak Lalwani, who debuted in Tamil with GV Prakash Kumar’s Kuppathu Raja, is the female lead, while Kaali Venkat plays a key role. The film will have music by Shabir, with Madhan Karky and Priyan Eknath penning the lyrics.

While shooting is yet to be resumed, with the coronavirus lockdown still in place, the Tamil Nadu government has allowed film crews to resume post-production work such as dubbing.

Arun Vijay was last seen in Karthick Naren’s Mafia. The Thadam actor also has Naveen’s Agni Siragugal and Vivek’s Boxer in the pipeline. Meanwhile, his much-delayed film, Vaa Deal, is now slated for a digital release.

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