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Viduthalai First Look: Vijay Sethupathi collaborates with Vetri Maaran

The official first look poster for Viduthalai has been unleashed today. Vijay Sethupathi collaborates with filmmaker Vetri Maaran

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After bagging accolades for his film, Master, Vijay Sethupati is prepping for the release of his upcoming projects. He now collaborates with the National Award-winning filmmaker, Vetri Maaran for the project titled, Viduthalai. Adding much to the excitement of fans, the official first look poster has been unleashed today on social media. Vijay appears quite intriguing in the poster.

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Reportedly, Viduthalai will be a content-driven film set in the backdrop of thrilling plotlines and edgy characters. The film’s shooting was apparently wrapped up in the dense forest area. Vidhuthalai means freedom in the Tamil language and as per the title the movie’s plotline is set around the subject. “They shot in areas without electricity, also devoid of telecommunication. The entire cast and crew stayed with the native tribal people during the filmmaking phase,”  according to the latest report by Pinkvilla a source close to the development informed them.

The source further informed, “The music is composed by legendary Maestro Isaignani Ilayaraja. The technical crew comprises names like Velraj (Cinematography) who has done camera work for Vetri Maaran’s previous moves. R.Ramar is the editor whereas Peter Hein and Jacki have come on board as action and art director respectively.”

Vijay took to his official Twitter handle and shared the official first look poster with his fans:

Apparently, the makers are planning to release this film in multiple languages targeting the Pan-India audience. Are you looking forward to the release? Do let us know.

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