Vikram's Deiva Thirumagan with Anushka and Amala Paul as female leads is ready for release. Those who have seen the rushes of this film have been blown away and are swearing that it is Vikram's finest work.
Kollywood superstar Vikram has been away from the limelight for a long time now. His last release 'Raavanan', where he shared screen space with Aishwarya, brought him accolades but the actor took to hibernation. He has surfaced again, with a new look.
Vikram will play an autistic man who has the mind of a 5 year old in 'Deiva Thirumagan'. Now, sources reveal that Vikram will also play a teenager in the upcoming Tamil film.
Vikram plays the complex role of Krishna — a young man with a development disorder —
in the film. "Though it is an emotionally touching movie, there is a goodness in it that will make you smile when you watch it," says the actor.
Say Deiva Magan, you are reminded of thespian Sivaji Ganesan. Henceforth when someone says Deiva Thirumagan, one will automatically say Vikram. The reason is Vikram has given his best playing a youth who has the mental growth of a five-year-old boy.
Audio LaunchThe audio of producer Mohan Natarajan's Vijay directed Vikram film Deiva Thirumagan will be launched on April 14.
The film has music by GV Prakash. Vikram has sung one of the songs and it is hoped that the music will be a smash hit.
The audio launch will take place in a grand manner at Chennai Trade centre with a carnival as theme.