Ilayathalapathy Vijay has given an important suggestion to the makers of his forthcoming movie "Bairavaa." He has asked them not to forcefully inject one-liners in the script.
Filmmakers often add punch dialogues to win the hearts of the masses. Even in many of Vijay's earlier films, his directors have tried to include powerful one-liners although the script had not demanded it. Now, Vijay seems to have taken a stand on the issue and has decided to do away with the forceful inclusion of the mass element.
As per the reports, Vijay feels that the dialogues will automatically get the necessary punch if it blends with the storyline. Recently, Pa Ranjith in Rajinikanth's "Kabali" had avoided including punch dialogues. Yet, the film managed to strike a chord with the audience.
Coming to the Vijay-starrer, the title of the film was unveiled on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. The name has managed to impress the actor's fans although a section of audience felt that it is not a mass title.
Meanwhile, the shooting of "Bairavaa," which was referred to as "Vijay 60" before, has reached the final stages. Currently, the team is filming key portions in Pollachi and the last schedule is expected to come to an end in October. The makers have planned to release the Tamil flick in January 2017 on the occasion of Pongal.
"Bairavaa" is written and directed by Bharathan, who is collaborating with Vijay for the second time after "Azhagiya Tamil Magan." Keerthy Suresh plays Ilayathalapathy's love interest in the film, which has Aparna Vinod, Jagapathi babu and others in the cast.