Breaking : Shah Rukh Khan To Play Villain in Vijay Thalapathy’s 63.

April 24, 2019

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan is in talks with director Atlee Kumar for a special role in Tamil film 'Thalapathy 63' starring Ilathalapathy Vijay and Nayanthara. The rumours about Shah Rukh Khan working with Atlee began when they were spotted together at an IPL match, recently.

Intially it was being said that Khan would just have a guest appearance in the film however latest reports suggest that it wouldn't be a regular cameo. 

According to a portal, he would be playing a main villain. "SRK has a prominent character that he's playing in Thalapathy 63. It's not like his other cameos. In fact, he is the main villain who comes in the picture only towards the climax. He has a good 15 minutes odd role, fighting Vijay. The makers wanted a leading face from the Bollywood film industry to shoot for the role and when Atlee approached Shah Rukh for it, he agreed on principle to do it." a source has been quoted as saying.

Reportedly, SRK will soon be shooting the scenes for Thalapathy 63. "It's a four-five day shoot and the team is figuring whether to film the scenes in Chennai or in Mumbai itself," the source added.
Bollywood actor Jackie Shroff will be seen playing the money minded President of the football association in the upcoming magnum opus sports entertainer of Thalapathy Vijay. Directed by Atlee , Vijay plays a football coach who guides an underprivileged women team to march towards victory.  Nayanthara plays Vijay’s pair in the film which also has Kathir, Vivek, Indhuja, and Yogi Babu in pivotal roles.Produced by AGS Entertainment, Atlee retained his Mersal composer AR Rahman and cinematographer GK Vishnu for the untitled film. We hear that the first look poster and the title of the film will be unveiled on June 22 for Vijay’s birthday.

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