After the success of critically-acclaimed political drama Aramm, Nayanthara and producer K Rajesh have reunited for a new project, which was officially announced and launched in June second week. The makers revealed that it’s going to be a horror film, which will be directed by Sarjun, who rose to fame with the controversial short film, Lakshmi.
Currently dubbed Nayan 63, the yet-untitled project has already commenced its shooting. It’s yet unknown who else is part of the project but it has been learnt from reliable sources that Yogi Babu has been roped in for a key role in the film.
Yogi Babu has played an important role in Nayanthara’s upcoming crime-thriller Kolamavu Kokila. Recently, the song 'Kalyana Vayasu', featuring Yogi Babu and Nayanthara from the film, was released and instantly became a viral hit, clocking over 3 million views.
Talking about the project and reuniting with Nayanthara, producer Rajesh said in a statement: “It’s more than a happy occasion for me to be doing a film once again with Nayanthara. This joy is not just because of commencement of shoot, but because I witnessed this young team display great energy, attention to detail and focus in filming the scenes. As they say, ‘with great power, comes great responsibility’ our second association with Nayanthara is going to be interesting as well as challenging to better ourselves and give a sensational film.”
It’s worth mentioning that Rajesh had confirmed recently that a sequel to Aramm is in the offing. In fact, reports even emerged that Aramm 2 will start rolling from September. Gopi Nainar, who directed Aramm, will also direct its sequel which will reportedly feature Nayanthara in the role of a politician. In Aramm, she played a district collector who has to put her abilities to test to save a young girl from a life and death situation. Nayanthara is currently shooting for Chiranjeevi’s Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy. She also has Ajith’s Viswasam and a yet-untitled project with Sivakarthikeyan in her kitty. She also awaits the release of her film Kolamavu Kokila.
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