Actor Ajith, who was last seen playing an Interpol agent in Vivegam, will be next seen in a full-length rural avatar in Viswasam. Directed by Siva, Viswasam has Ajith and Nayanthara as the lead pair.
The film will hit the screens worldwide for Pongal 2019 alongside Superstar Rajinikanthâ€™s Petta, which has been produced by Sun Pictures. The Tamil Nadu theatrical rights of the film have been bagged by KJR Studios. According to the latest update, satellite rights of the Viswasam has been reportedly bought by Sun Tv for a fancy price.
In a recent interview to Tamil magazine Vikatan, director Siva revealed that the film happens in the backdrop of a village called Koduvilarpatti in Theni district and after interval, it switches to the city. He also clarified that It is not a dual avatar film and that Ajith's character's name is ThukkDurai who is a local ruffian in Madurai and for the first time he will be seen speaking in Madurai slang.
It may be mentioned here that D Imman is composing tunes for an Ajith starrer for the first time in his career and the first song from the film 'Adchithooku' was released on Monday. Lyricist Viveka has revealed that he has penned a new song for Ajith's Viswasam. The song will be an additional track and will not be a part of the album but it will be a background score track. It will be an emotional melody.
The star cast includes Vivek, Robo Shankar, Thambi Ramaiah, Kovai Sarala, Sandhya Janak, Yogi Babu, Kalairani, Bose Venkat, Sujatha Sivakumar, Ramesh Thilak, Madhumitha and Namo Narayana. D Imman is the music composer of Viswasam and the core technical crew includes Vetri for camera work and editing by Ruben.
Presented by TG Thyagarajan, Viswaasam is being bankrolled by Arjun Thyagarajan and Sendhil Thyagarajan under the banner Sathya Jyothi Films.
Meantime, reports are that Ajith's next will be a remake of the Bollywood flick Pink and will go on to the floors in January 2019. The project will be bankrolled by Zee Studios in association with Boney Kapoor. Yuvan Shankar Raja has been roped in to compose the tunes for this venture.
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