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The project might not take off immediately.
  • Monday, March 20, 2017 - 19:40
Digital Native

Last year's hit horror-comedy Devi starring Prabhudeva and Tamannaah Bhatia might have a sequel, according to trusted sources close to filmmaker Vijay. While the project might not take off immediately, it is quite possible that the director-actor duo might collaborate next year. In fact, the ending of Devi, which also released in Hindi and Telugu and bombed, suggested that a sequel is in the offing. 

"Vijay sir is currently busy with the post-production work on Vanamagan, which is gearing up for a May release. From June, he will work on the Tamil remake of Madhavan. He also has plans for a Devi sequel. However, it's too early to comment because everything looks premature at this moment. But the sequel plan is definitely on the cards," a source close to the filmmaker said. 

In Vanamagan, a forest-based thriller, Vijay has teamed up with Jayam Ravi for the first time and the project features some high-octane action sequences. Ravi was required to shed weight and sport a lean frame for his character in the film.

 

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