She had already signed up for Mari Selvaraj’s Maamannan. She is acting along with Udayanidhi Stalin and Vadivelu. Fahadh Faasil is also doing a role in the film, most likely predicted to be a negative role. The latest update is that the shooting for the film has been completed. Keerthy Suresh took to social media to announce that she has wrapped up shooting for her parts in the film.
Sharing an image from the ‘Maamannan’ sets, Keerthy captioned, “Thank you for this incredible journey, Udhayanidhi Stalin, Maari Selvaraj, Fahadh Faasil, Vadivelu sir, Theni Eswar and team.” Previously photos of Vadivelu”s birthday celebration from the sets went viral on social media. Vadivelu plays a pivotal role in the film as a politician and Udhayanidhi’s father.
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On the work front, Keerthy is currently filming for Bhola Shankar while she awaits the release of Maamannan. Bhola Shankar is the Telugu remake of Ajith’s Vedalam, starring Chiranjeevi. She is also working on Dasara, a Telugu film, where she will be co-starring with Nani. The movie’s first look poster was released recently by the team. The latest reports also suggest that the Mahanati actress is all set to star along with Vijay for the 3rd time. While Vijay is currently working on Vamshi Paidipally’s Vaarisu, it has become official that his next titled ‘Thalapathy 67’ is all set to be along with Director Lokesh Kanagaraj. Reports suggest that the actor is most likely to play the role of a 50-year-old gangster who will be fighting 6 villains. Big names have been speculated to be cast as the villains, including, Sanjay Dutt, Action King Arjun, Prithviraj Sukumaran, and Samantha Ruth Prabhu.
If reports are to be believed, Keerthy Suresh is most likely to play his wife in this film. The two have already starred together in Bhairavaa and Sarkar. If this project is confirmed, then this will be the third time that the two actors will be working together. However, previously there were also reports that Trisha was to play the leading lady. Now, we have to wait for official confirmation to know what is true and what is not.