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Mark Antony: Vishal dubs in three languages, drops sneak peek from dubbing studio

The film, directed by Adhik Ravichandran, also has SJ Suryah in the lead

Mark Antony: Vishal dubs in three languages, drops sneak peek from dubbing studio
Vishal at dubbing studio; (right) A poster of Mark Antony

Last Updated: 12.44 PM, May 07, 2023


With the shoot for director Adhik Ravichandran's Mark Antony wrapped up, the team has now moved ahead with the post-production of the film. Vishal has now dropped a video of himself dubbing in three languages- Tamil, Telugu and Hindi. In the video, he is seen delivering the now popular dialogue, "Am I Mark to forgive you? I am Antony." The video is now doing the rounds on the internet.

The teaser of the film was released recently and going by the same, Mark Antony seems to be a film based on time travel. What's interesting is that the characters in the film exist in both universes and they travel in time to take revenge on each other, that too through a telephone. SJ Suryah, as always seems to have impressed the audience, with his quirky performance. The way he says, "Police' towards the end of the teaser, has already won many hearts.

The team had earlier revealed that Thalapathy Vijay himself had watched the teaser of the film and appreciated everyone. Vishal gave him a receipt for serving food at a nursing home in his name, which impressed Thalapathy. The team shared pictures from the meeting on the social media handle.

The star cast for the film includes Ritu Varma as the leading lady, Sunil, Selvaraghavan, Abhinaya and Y Gee Mahendra. A glimpse of the characters was also shown in the video. While GV Prakash has composed the music, Abinandhan Ramanujam has cranked the camera and Vijay Velukutty has handled the editing. Kanal Kannan, Peter Hein, and Ravi Varma have choreographed the stunt sequences.

Mark Antony teaser below

Mark Antony will be Vishal's first collaboration with SJ Suryah and will mark his maiden release of 2023. It looks like Vishal will resume work on his directorial debut Thupparivalan 2 after the release of the film. The film is said to be a sequel to Mysskin's Thupparivalan. While Mysskin was supposed to helm the sequel, he walked out after creative differences cropped up between him and Vishal. Mysskin is currently part of Lokesh Kanagaraj's Leo.

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