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Buzz: Suriya to play a cameo in Lokesh Kanagaraj's Kamal Haasan-starrer action flick Vikram

The Jai Bhim star was seen in a brief role in Kamal's Manmadhan Ambu as well

  • Thinkal Menon

Last Updated: 07.29 AM, May 11, 2022

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Buzz: Suriya to play a cameo in Lokesh Kanagaraj's Kamal Haasan-starrer action flick Vikram

Suriya and Kamal Haaasan

Fans of Suriya were elated to watch their favourite matinee idol in a cameo in Kamal Haasan-starrer Manmadhan Ambu (streaming on YouTube) which was released in 2011. It looks like Kollywood movie lovers can witness something similar, if the news doing the rounds on social media are true.

It is heard that Suriya will be playing a cameo in Kamal's Vikram which has Lokesh Kanagaraj at the helm. According to the grapevine, the Jai Bhim star appears in a crucial portion of the action flick. Unconfirmed reports also suggest that the scenes featuring Suriya were shot recently.

With less than a month away from Vikram's release, this news, needless to say, has brought excitement among film buffs. An official confirmation, however, is awaited on the same. Earlier, there were reports that Suriya and Lokesh might team up for a project. But this is something fans would have never anticipated.

Suriya is currently busy with Vetri Maaran's Vaadi Vaasal and Bala's Suriya 41 (tentative title). It isn't sure as to which among the two projects will hit the screens first. It looks like the latter's shooting, which began in Kanyakumari recently, is going on at a brisk pace.

On the other hand, Kamal is expected to join Shankar's Indian 2 to complete the remaining portions. Anirudh, who is the composer for Vikram, was roped in as the musician for the big budget sequel as well.

There have been reports of Lokesh making a sequel to Karthi-starrer Kaithi after completing Vikram. But it looks like he is likely to join hands with Vijay for the second time after Master for Thalapathy 67. It is heard that the project may be launched in October, on the day Master was launched three years ago.  

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