Thangalaan Unit Releases Stunning Tribute Video For Chiyaan Vikram on Star's Birthday

Jio Studios and Studio Green Films, two production houses that are jointly producing director Pa Ranjith's most-anticipated period film Thangalaan, have now released a tribute to Indian cinema’蝉 iconic actor ‘Chiyaan’ Vikram, who plays the lead in the film, on the occasion of his birthday. Read on to know more about it.
Vikram in Thangalaan

Vikram in Thangalaan

The unit of Thangalaan on Wednesday chose to celebrate ‘Chiyaan’ Vikram’蝉 birthday by releasing a special video clip that gave fans a glimpse of the eagerly-awaited film.
The video clip showed Vikram's stunning transformation for the role in the film. It was more a mesmerising tribute to the star on his special day.

Video Clip To Showcase Vikram's Efforts For the Film

Commenting on the tribute video on Vikram’蝉 birthday, Director Pa.Ranjith, said, "Thangalaan is a vision to present a historical adventure story based on true events, backed by phenomenal effort from Vikram sir and the entire team. On the occasion of Vikram sir’蝉 birthday, this tribute video is to showcase the efforts put in by Vikram sir, which helped the film to get its due attention and create huge expectations.”
Thangalaan stars ‘Chiyaan’ Vikram in the lead and has Parvathy Thiruvothu, Malavika Mohanan, Pasupathi, and Harikrishnan Anbudurai in pivotal roles. Music for the film is by G.V. Prakash Kumar.

More About Thangalaan

Set against the backdrop of the historic Kolar Gold Fields (KGF) in the early 1900’蝉, Thangalaan is poised to captivate audiences with its compelling narrative from real-life events. It is a historical adventure that narrates the erased role of oppressed communities in the exploration of gold in South of India. Since its announcement, the film has garnered immense interest and is among the most anticipated releases in South cinema in 2024.
Thangalaan is currently in post-production and its release date is likely to be announced shortly. The historical adventure is to release globally in cinemas in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and Hindi languages.
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