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Official! The newest cast member of Thalapathy Vijay’s film “Varisu” is Atman Simbu.

Official! The newest cast member of Thalapathy Vijay's film "Varisu" is Atman Simbu.
In addition to being a well-known actor in Kollywood, Silambarasan TR also a skilled playback singer. He has performed a number of popular songs in both his own films and the films of other heroes. The most recent breaking news is that STR sang a song for Thalapathy Vijay in "Varisu" for the first time.

You were already informed by Indiaglitz that Simbu will perform a song at Varisu. As we previously reported, the production company today officially announced the news with a new poster, breaking the internet. They claimed, “Thank you, @SilambarasanTR_ sir, for using your voice to make #TheeThalapathy even more unique! #VarisuSecondSingle at 4 PM on Wednesday ” (sic).

Yesterday, the second single’s release date was formally confirmed by the film’s producer, Sri Venkateswara Creations. Varisu, which was directed by Vamshi Paidipally, features music by Thaman. Tomorrow at 4 PM, the song titled “Thee Thalapathy” will be released, celebrating the actor from Thuppakki’s 30-year film career.

The principal actress in the bilingual Tamil-Telugu movie Varisu is Rashmika Mandanna. In addition, Yogi Babu, Prabhu, Shaam, Srikanth, Prakash Raj, SJ Suryah, Khushbhu, Sangeetha, Jaysudha, Samyuktha, Ganesh Venkatraman, and others are featured in the movie. The film’s filming has came to an end, and it is scheduled to have a major release on Pongal 2023.

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