After 12 years, this Bollywood hero is making his entry as a villain in the South industry, joining hands with the Ghajini director.

Bollywood actor entry in AR Murugadoss film

The growing synergy between Bollywood and the South film industry is bringing about a big change in Indian cinema. The impact of this change is starting to show at the box office. In the last few years, while on one hand many South stars tried their luck in Bollywood, there were also many Bollywood stars who signed South films. Now one more Bollywood actor is going to do a South film and his confirmation has also come.

Actor Vidyut Jamwal, who has impressed everyone with his stunts and terrific action in many films, is now all set to wreak havoc in the South once again. He last played a villain in Vijay’s South film Thuppaki which released in 2012. Now the actor has joined hands with director AR Murgudos who made films like Ghajini. It is being produced and acted by Sivakarthikeyan. This confirmation comes from the makers themselves. Vidyut Jamwal will be seen in SKxARM’s upcoming project and the project is tentatively titled SK 23.

The joy of the fans knows no bounds

The video was shared and captioned – ‘We are bringing the villain who scared everyone. Welcome Vidyut Jamwal to SKxARM’s film. As soon as the makers shared this post, a lot of reactions started pouring in. A person said- Hope another powerful villain is coming in Kollywood. Another person wrote- Shiva vs Vidyut. This is going to be big. Another person wrote – After Thuppaki, another R Murgudos film. Vidyut has a very good decision.

In the year 2012, Vidyut Jamwal played a negative shade role in Vijay’s film Thuppaki. Everyone who watched the film praised Vidyut’s role. And now after this announcement the excitement of the fans is at its peak and everyone is curious about Vidyut’s character in the film. However, the popularity of South actor Sivakarthikeyan is not less and many people know him in South Belt.

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