Prabhu Deva and Tamannaah to team up once again?

The two had shared screen space in 'Devi', a bilingual that was directed by AL Vijay.
Prabhu Deva and Tamannaah to team up once again?
Prabhu Deva and Tamannaah to team up once again?
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Having made a comeback of sorts to acting with 2016 Tamil horror-comedy Devi, Prabhudeva has been on a signing spree. According to latest reports from the trade sources, Prabhu Deva may soon star in a film that will be directed by R Parthiban.

The ace actor-filmmaker had impressed Prabhu Deva with a script and he had agreed to star in the film. We also hear that Tamannaah will be playing the female lead in it. It may be mentioned here that Prabhu Deva and Tamannaah had shared screen space in Devi, a bilingual that was directed by AL Vijay.

They are also in talks with director AL Vijay to star in the sequel to Devi. Details about Parthiban-Prabhu Deva project will be revealed soon.

Last seen playing the titular role in Karthik Subbaraj’s silent film Mercury. Prabhu Deva has a number of films in different stages of production right now. Yung Mung Sung has reached the post-production stages and it will hit the silver screens soon.

He also currently awaits the release of director Vijay’s dance-based film Lakshmi. It is touted to be a dance film, particularly for the children. It features Ditya Bhande, the winner for a reality dance show on TV in the title role.  

He also has Charlie Chaplin 2 and Pon Maanickavel, which are under production with the shooting in progress. The Bollywood flick Khamoshi is also slated for release later this year.

It may be noted here that Prabhu Deva will go back to wielding the megaphone next year. He has been signed up to direct Dabangg 3 and the shooting of this film is slated to begin next year.

With a number of films needing his attention, Prabhu Deva is getting ready to hop on-board Parthiban’s film. This film is expected to go on the floors once the producers are finalized.

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