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Sundar C, VZ Dhorai reunite for Thalainagaram 2

Thalainagaram 2 will be a spiritual sequel for the film that launched Sundar C's acting career

Published: 26th June 2020

Director VZ Dhorai, who recently directed Iruttu, starring Sundar C, will team up with the director-turned-actor once again for a sequel to the latter's 2006 hit film, Thalainagaram. Thalainagaram 2 will be a spiritual sequel to the film that launched Sundar C's acting career. Directed by Suraaj, the original also featured Jyothimayi and Vadivelu.

"We initially discussed a gangster film, and I wanted Sundar C sir to sport a three months-long beard for it. That wasn't possible at the time and so, we made plans instead to do a sequel to Iruttu. However, thanks to the lockdown, he has grown his beard and now looks perfect as the rowdy who has turned a new leaf. We're planning to go on floors immediately so that Sundar C sir does not have to be in this get-up for a long time," says Dhorai. 

The rest of the cast and crew for Thalainagaram 2 are yet to be finalised.

Meanwhile, Dhorai has almost completed shooting Narkali, featuring director Ameer in the lead role. Sundar C is expected to wrap up the shoot of Thalainagaram 2 before heading to Aranmanai 3 which requires a lot of set work. 

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