Sangathamizhan had pulled out of the Diwali bloodbath at the box office as Vijay’s Bigil and Karthi’s Kaithi are also set to release on the same day. Now, it has been confirmed by the makers that the film will release on November 15.
Libra Productions, who have bagged the distribution rights of the film, took to their official Twitter handle to announce the revised dates. “#SangaThamizhan நவம்பர் 15 முதல் உலகமெங்கும் #SangaThamizhanfromNov15 A @LIBRAProduc release @VijaySethuOffl @vijayfilmaker @SonyMusicSouth @RaashiKhanna @VelrajR @Cinemainmygenes @sooriofficial @iamviveksiva @MervinJSolomon @VijayaProdn @RIAZtheboss @lightson_media,” the caption reads.
A @LIBRAProduc release
@VijaySethuOffl @vijayfilmaker @SonyMusicSouth @RaashiKhanna @VelrajR @Cinemainmygenes @sooriofficial @iamviveksiva @MervinJSolomon @VijayaProdn @RIAZtheboss @lightson_media pic.twitter.com/DjJOzIeFFG
— LIBRA Production (@LIBRAProduc) October 21, 2019
Directed by Vijay Chander of Sketch fame, Vijay Sethupathi will be playing a dual role in the film called Tamizharasan and Sangamithran. Nivetha Pethuraj and Rashi Khanna will be playing the love interest of the both the characters, respectively. According to sources, Sangathamizhan is said to have references to the Sterlite plant in Tuticorin, as one of the lead characters, stand up for the livelihood of people. Bollywood actor Ashutosh Rana, who previously acted in Meaghamann and Vettai, will essay the role of the antagonist.
The supporting cast includes Nasser, Motta Rajendran and Sriman among others. The film also also marks the reunion of Soori and Vijay Sethupathi after Rummy, Sundarapandian and Idharkuthane Aasaipattai Balakumara.
Speaking to indianexpress.com, director Vijay Chandar said, “We wanted to get this film out for Deepavali, but couldn’t. Sangathamizhan is special to me because of Vijay Sethupathi anna. He’s my favourite actor. I am sure his fans will give lots of love to this film.”
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