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Ajay Gnanamuthu and I were supposed to do another film together, says Cobra star Vikram

The actor will once again team with the Cobra director after wrapping up work on Pa Ranjith's film

Ajay Gnanamuthu and I were supposed to do another film together, says Cobra star Vikram

Vikram in Cobra

  • P Sangeetha

Last Updated: 03.08 PM, Sep 04, 2022

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Chiyaan Vikram's latest spy thriller Cobra has just hit screens and the film, directed by Ajay Gnanamuthu, has opened to mixed reviews from the audience. Vikram, who plays the titular character in the film, plays a brilliant mathematician in the film, who goes to commit high-profiles in disguise as the assassin Cobra. Before the film's release, the actor had gone on a south India tour to promote the film, along with his co-stars Srinidhi Shetty, Mirnalini Ravi and Meenakshi Govindharajan.

When asked if he chose Cobra because he had many looks in the film, Vikram stated, "The storyline of Cobra itself is very attractive. I don't do films just for the heck of being different. When I complete a film, I feel like I have done something. Ajay and I were supposed to do another film together. Ajay had stated that he had written the film with me in mind. When he approached me with the script, it was not the right time to do the film. I will be doing that after I wrap up Pa Ranjith's film."

He added that everyone's journey is quite different in the film industry. "Everyone undergoes their own struggle in films. For me, it took some time to achieve success. For a few others like Srinidhi Shetty (K.G.F franchise) their first film itself does well and goes on to become a huge hit. But that doesn't mean people have not worked hard to taste success."

When asked about the Chola Chola single from Ponniyin Selvan, which is being played everywhere, Vikram said, "I am excited about the song but I think I am still in the Cobra mood. " Ponniyin Selvan is director Mani Ratnam's ambitious project and it is gearing up to hit screens on September 30. Vikram will begin work on Pa Ranjith's film, which is set in the backdrop of the KGF mines in the pre-independence era.

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