Karthi confirms Lokesh Kanagaraj’s Kaithi 2! All Details Here!

Interesting update!

Karthi is busy promoting his upcoming film Viruman, directed by Muthaiah. The film also stars Aditi Shankar, Prakash Raj, Rajkiran, Soori and Saranya Ponvannan, amongst others in lead roles. Karthi and the entire crew have been touring to Kerala and other districts in Tamil Nadu for promotions and Press Meets, encouraging all to go watch the film with their families. In one such promotional event, he has confirmed his sequel of Kaithi with Lokesh Kanagaraj.

Speaking about his super hit Kaithi, Karthi said that he surely working on the sequel, immediately after Lokesh completes his current commitments. Fans have been waiting for these words from the mouth of the actor, as it means that the film is surely happening. Kaithi, that released in 2019, is one of the biggest hits for Karthi after Paruthiveeran.

In Kaithi, Karthi would have played the role of a prisoner, who goes in search of his daughter once released. He gets caught with a Police Officer, who is on a drug bust mission. The movie received great appreciation, and was recalled even recently after it was linked to Lokesh’s Vikram. It is to be noted that the Lokiverse is most likely to connect the worlds of Kaithi and Vikram into one huge blockbuster film. This film will have actor Suriya, reprising his role as Rolex.

Lokesh Kanagaraj is currently working on Thalapathy 67’s script. While the official announcement is still to be made, reports suggest that the director is working on the script and he will make it official once it is ready. In many interviews so far, he has confirmed that Vijay’s 67 is with Lokesh only. However, he is awaiting the Production House to make an official announcement instead.

Apart from Viruman, Karthi is also awaiting the release of Sardar and Ponniyin Selvan. He is playing Vallavarayan Vandhiyadevan in the latter film, which is a pivotal role that carries the story forward.

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