Kollywood megastar Kamal Haasan starrer blockbuster action thriller film, Vikram is set to entertain the small screen audience this month, after receiving an exceptional response from the public as well as critics and breaking records at the box-office.
The film is a spiritual successor of the megastar’s 1986 film of the same name. It was released on a massive scale, theatrically on June 3, 2022 in Tamil and dubbed Hindi, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam versions.
Viram received highly positive reviews from critics, with all the praise for the performance of the star cast, action sequences and direction etc. It turned out to be the highest grossing Tamil film of this year, grossing over Rs. 420 crore to 500 crore worldwide.
After wining millions of hearts with its theatre release as well as the OTT premiere on Disney+Hotstar and Zee5, one of the biggest blockbuster action entertainers, is set to grace your television screens. This Diwali is going to be very special for the Tamil audience as you will get to experience this high-octane action drama on your TV screens.
It is set to premiere on October 24 at 05:30 pm only on Vijay Television. The official social media handle of the TV channel made this announcement on October 12, 2022, watch here their TV promo:
போர் கண்ட சிங்கம்.. ❤️
விக்ரம் – அக்டோபர் 24 மாலை 5:30 மணிக்கு நம்ம விஜய் டிவில.. #Vikram @ikamalhaasan @VijaySethuOffl #FahadhFassil @Dir_Lokesh @anirudhofficial #VijayTelevision pic.twitter.com/cSakeqWF8A
— Vijay Television (@vijaytelevision) October 22, 2022
The film revolves around Kamal Haasan’s character, Commander Arun Kumar Vikram, the Chief of the 1987 black-ops squad, in which he aims to bring down a drug syndicate group led by Sandhanam, played by “Makkal Selvan” Vijay Sethupathi.
Other than these two, the film also stars Mollywood superstar Fahadh Faasil, Kalidas Jayaram, Narain and Chemban Vinod Jose. Kollywood superstar Suriya also appeared in the movie in a cameo role as Rolex.
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