Actor Andrea Jeremiah, who plays a pivotal role in Kamal Haasan-starrer Vishwaroopam 2 has also crooned a song for the film.
This is not the first time that Andrea will be donning the shoes of a singer either. In the impressive line-up of songs she has to her credit are hits like Kannum Kannum Nokia in Anniyan, We Have a Romeo in Bommarilu, Oh Baby Oh Baby in Yaradi Nee Mohini, Pooka Pookkum in Madrasapattinam, Oye Oye in Yevadu and Nee Sunno New Moono in Nanbenda.
Just last month, it was revealed that Andrea will also be singing a number for Mahesh Babu starrer Bharat Ane Nenu.
Andrea expressed her happiness at being back on the sets of Vishwaroopam 2 and even posted a photo with Kamal from the Chennai Officersâ€™ Training Academy a week ago. The team is known to have wrapped up the final schedule of the shoot at the Academy.
After a long long wait, #Vishwaroopam2 is finally back on track !!! Loving my look & all the cool stuff I get to do on set with the one & only #kamalhaasan Cheers to the OTA #realheroes #lovemyjob #seeyouatthemovies #2018 pic.twitter.com/kMEfA1fbpoâ€” Andrea Jeremiah (@andrea_jeremiah) November 30, 2017
If all goes well, the film is slated for a Republic Day weekend release in 2018.
Sources from Kamal Haasanâ€™s camp have confirmed that the pending work on the project will be finished this month and the film's trailer and audio should be released in the last week of December.
Andrea, who played a brief role in Vishwaroopam which released in 2013, has been given more screen time in the sequel. She told TOI in an interview earlier that Vishwaroopam 2 was racier and will appeal more to audiences with its focus on relationships between characters rather than action.
Only after Vishwaroopam 2 hits the screens, will Kamal revive Sabash Naidu, a spin-off based on the popular character from Dasavatharam. The project was stalled last year after Kamal fell from his office stairs and fractured his leg. Post Sabash Naidu, Kamal is expected to work on a bilingual film titled Thalaivan Irukkiran.
According to a statement released during the launch of Thalaivan Irukkiran in 2015, it was announced that the film will be made in Hindi as well and will be titled Amar Hain. While Kamal will play the antagonist, Saif Ali Khan was supposed to play the main lead.
Kamal, who recently made his television debut as the host of Tamil reality show Bigg Boss, also has Indian 2 with director Shankar in his kitty, and the project will roll from next year after Shankar is relieved from 2.0 while and Kamal has wrapped up Vishwaroopam 2 and Sabash Naidu.
The pre-production of Indian 2, rumoured to be made on a budget of Rs 200 crore, will begin from February 2018. Amidst all these film commitments, Kamal is also rumoured to be taking a political plunge very soon and he might he even float a new party.
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