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Mark Antony: Vishal dubs for Adhik Ravichandran's film, team drops glimpse

The film is said to be a pan-Indian project with SJ Suryah in a crucial role

Mark Antony: Vishal dubs for Adhik Ravichandran's film, team drops glimpse
Vishal dubs for Mark Antony
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Last Updated: 03.11 PM, Jul 09, 2023

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Vishal has begun dubbing for his upcoming film, Mark Antony. The film, helmed by AdPuratchi Thalapathy Vishal arriving at the recording studio is now doing the rounds hik Ravichandran, has Vishal sharing screen space with SJ Suryah. A video on social media. The team dropped a glimpse on its social media handle and Vishal is seen rendering his lines.

Vishal had not long ago dropped a video of him dubbing for the film, in three languages. In the video, he is seen delivering the dialogue, "Am I Mark to forgive you? I am Antony." The film will be released in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam.

Mark Antony is touted to be a time travel film, in which they travel back and forth in time, using a telephone.  They traverse through time to take revenge on each other. The teaser of the film was released not long ago and Thalapathy Vijay himself had watched the same with the team. The retro look of the actors has become a huge hit online.

The film has Ritu Varma as the leading lady. Mark Antony's supporting cast includes Sunil, Selvaraghavan, Abhinaya, Nizhalgal Ravi and Y Gee Mahendran. The film's title is inspired by the popular character of Raghuvaran in the Suress Krishna film, Baashha.

GV Prakash Kumar has scored the music. While Abinandhan Ramanujam has cranked the camera, Vijay Velukutty has handled editing. The stunt sequences are by Peter Hein, Kanal Kannan, Dinesh Subbarayan and Dhilip Subbarayan.

The film is bankrolled by S Vinok Kumar, which marks Vishal's second collaboration after Enemy. Mark Antony will mark Vishal's maiden outing in Tamil. His last film Laththi, which was directed by debutant A Vinoth Kumar, opened to negative reviews and didn't fare well at the box office. Hence, expectations are riding high on Mark Antony, which will release later this year.