Thalapathy 69 holds significance in Vijay's career, possibly being his last movie, especially since he ventured into politics.
The latest buzz suggests that Thalapathy Vijay will collaborate with director Vetrimaaran for his next movie, tentatively titled Thalapathy 69, with backing from Telugu producer DVV Danayya of DVV Entertainment . However, an official confirmation on this is still awaited.
Thalapathy 69 holds significance in Vijay's career, possibly being his last movie, especially since he ventured into politics . Speculations were rife about who would direct Vijay's next film, with some reports hinting at Karthik Subbaraj as the potential frontrunner. However, it has now been clarified that this information is not accurate.
Despite Karthik Subbaraj's longstanding desire to collaborate with Vijay, it appears that his wish may go unfulfilled. Karthik previously revealed that Vijay rejected his projects twice in the past, citing dissatisfaction with his narration. Karthik attributed his poor narrative skills to his inability to convince Vijay to sign a film with him.
In the meantime, Vetrimaaran has been in talks with Vijay for a long time. Scheduling conflicts were previously cited by Vetrimaaran as the reason for the delay in their collaboration.
While Vetrimaaran is a respected figure in the Indian film industry, known for his impactful work, he has also faced challenges related to budget overruns and extended project timelines. Vijay, on the other hand, is known for strictly adhering to schedules. If the buzz is accurate, it will be interesting to see whether Vetrimaaran can complete the movie within the timeline set by Vijay.
Currently, Vetrimaaran is occupied with the post-production work of Viduthalai Part 2, which recently had its world premiere at the International Film Festival Rotterdam.
Vijay is actively involved in the shooting of The Greatest Of All Time, written and directed by Venkat Prabhu. Filming is progressing smoothly in various parts of Tamil Nadu. Besides Vijay, the movie features Prabhudeva, Meenakshi Chaudhary, Prasanth, Laila, Mohan, Jayaram, Ajmal Amir, Yogi Babu, and VTV Ganesh.