Producer Kalaipuli S Thanu of V Creations on Friday unveiled the title look poster of his subsequent enterprise Vaadi Vaasal. The movie relies on author C.S. Chellappa’s novel of the identical title. The ebook will probably be tailored for the large display by director Vetri Maaran, and Suriya will play the lead position of a preferred bull-tamer within the movie.
“A logo that signifies our Historical past and Bravery, I’m extraordinarily delighted and proud to current the Title look of #VaadiVaasal,” Thanu tweeted whereas unveiling the poster.
Vaadi Vaasal is claimed to revolve round Tamil Nadu’s historic bull-taming sport, Jallikattu. It’s Vetri’s second such movie to incorporate a sport involving animals. His award-winning movie Aadukalam explored the lengthy legacy and tradition of rooster fights in Tamil Nadu.
A logo that signifies our Historical past and Bravery, I’m extraordinarily delighted and proud to current the Title look of #VaadiVaasal @Suriya_offl @VetriMaaran @gvprakash #VaadiVaasalTitleLook pic.twitter.com/BNDob3Shsv
— Kalaippuli S Thanu (@theVcreations) July 16, 2021
Vaadi Vaasal will mark Suriya’s maiden collaboration with Vetri Maaran, who has to date been content material working solely with Dhanush. 4 out of Vetri’s 5 movies featured Dhanush within the lead position.
Vetri Maaran’s final launch was the Dhanush-starrer Asuran. The movie adopted a household’s wrestle to maintain their dignity in a casteist society. The movie went on to grow to be successful on the field workplace, and in addition garnered a number of Nationwide Awards, together with the very best actor award for Dhanush.
The director is at the moment busy with Viduthalai. Billed as a socio-political thriller, the movie relies on author Jeyamohan’s quick story Thunaivan. The film stars Vijay Sethupathi, Soori, and Gautham Menon within the lead roles.
Suriya, in the meantime, was final seen in director Sudha Kongara’s Soorarai Pottru. He’s at the moment busy capturing for director Pandiraj’s untitled movie, which is being bankrolled by Solar Photos.