After playing a suave, street-smart detective in Mysskin’s Thupparivaalan, now in his upcoming film Irumbu Thirai Vishal will portray the role of an army man directed by PS Mithran.

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Irumbu Thirai is gearing up for release on January 26, 2018.

At the film’s teaser launch on Wednesday evening, the leading Vishal stated about the movie Irumbu Thirai and also elaborate why it’d be a good follow up to Thupparivaalan.

Irumbu Thirai will be a perfect follow up to Thupparivaalan, stated by Vishal at teaser launch

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Speaking on the occasion, Vishal said that he wished to release this film during the time of Pongal festival. “Since I got busy with my election nomination, the shoot had to be postponed and this eventually forced us to push the release to Republic Day,” he told reporters.

Talking about the project, he said: “It’s been my long-time desire to be part of a stylish film that today’s youngsters can relate with. When Mithran brought the story of Irumbu Thirai and narrated it to me, I thought it’d be a great follow up to Thupparivaalan. Cinematographer George C Williams encouraged me to take up this project. He has the great success story with Samantha in two films (Kaththi and Theri). So, I believe the success track will continue with this project as well,” he stated about confirming the audio launch of the movie Irumbu Thirai is all set to take place in this 6th January as Malaysia.

Going by the teaser of Irumbu Thirai, one can gather that the movie Irumbu Thirai focused on the ill-effects of cyber age and how unsafe our lives have become. Arjun plays the antagonist in the film.

Vishal stated that he is happy to share screen space with Arjun because he started his career as an assistant director in one of his films. “The climax face-off between Arjun sir and me will be fabulous,” he said.

The film, which has music by Yuvan Shankar Raja, also stars Samantha Ruth Prabhu.

Irumbu Thirai Teaser

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