According to recent reports, Bollywood's most popular male actor, Ranveer Singh has joined hands with Tamil director S. Shankar to work on the official Anniyan remake. As per reports, Ranveer Singh will play the lead character in the Anniyan remake and the movie will be a psychological action-thriller.
Anniyan remake will be directed by the same director S. Shankar who directed the original Anniyan film way back in 2005. Anniyan remake will be a PAN India film produced by PEN studios and the Anniyan remake shoot will commence in mid-2022.
Bollywood trade analyst shared this breaking about Anniyan remake on his official Twitter handle mentioning necessary details. While mentioning Anniyan remake, he wrote-
BIGGG NEWS... RANVEER SINGH - SHANKAR TEAM UP FOR NEW FILM... Director #Shankar and #RanveerSingh join hands for a PAN-#India film... OFFICIAL adaptation of #Tamil film #Anniyan... Produced by Dr Jayantilal Gada [#PEN Studios]... Starts mid-2022... Co-produced by God Bless Ent. pic.twitter.com/V9Q0wcfd5D— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) April 14, 2021
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Anniyan is a 2005 Indian Tamil-language psychological action thriller film written and directed by S. Shankar and produced by V. Ravichandran of Aascar Films. The plot centres on a disillusioned everyman whose frustration at what he sees as increasing social apathy and public negligence lead to a split personality that attempts to right the system.
Vikram stars as Ambi, an idealistic, law-abiding lawyer who has multiple personality disorders and develops two other identities: a metrosexual fashion model named Remo, and a murderous vigilante named Anniyan. Sadha plays his love interest, Nandini. Actors Nedumudi Venu, Vivek, Prakash Raj, and Nassar also feature in the film.
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