After Simbu’s AAA released at the box office, the Manmadhan star has turned out with an unexpected declaration for his next film. His next film will be made in English, and will also be dubbed in Tamil and other territorial dialects.
Simbu in next Hollywood venture
Silambarasan Thesingu Rajendar was born on 3 February 1983, famous by the name of T. R. Simbu, or S. T. R. is an Indian movie performing artist, executive and playback artist in the Tamil film industry. He started his career with parts as a child craftsman in films coordinated by his dad T. Rajendar, before his initially lead part in Kadhal Azhivathillai (2002), under his dad’s bearing and created by his mom Usha.
The on-screen character took to Twitter where he rejected past hypotheses that his film would be made in English and Tamil, saying, “The rumours spreading about two versions are false. There’s only one version—which is English. Thanks Gautham Menon for penning the dialogues. The film will be dubbed in Tamil and other main regional languages.”
The untitled venture will have Simbu wearing the director’s cap for the second time after Vallavan, and will be made with no tunes or an interim break.
Yuvan Shankar Raja has officially finished the foundation score for the film, which will be altered by Antony. Cinematographer Santosh Sivan will be working together surprisingly with Simbu on this film.