Aramm 2 will be much bigger and be dealing with a much stronger political issue.!

Producer Kotapadi J Rajesh of KJR Studios has confirmed to ThirdEye that the sequel to Lady Superstar Nayanthara‘s hard-hitting social drama Aramm, which has opened to rave reviews from across the board, will start rolling from March 2018. “We are extremely happy with the response from both the critics and the public. ‘Aramm 2’ will be much bigger and be dealing with a much stronger political issue. The shooting for the sequel will begin from March 2018. Gopi Nainar will helm the project and Nayanthara will play the lead role.

Meanwhile, the latest to endorse the film is none other than director Vijay. Showering lavish praise on the emotionally-driven socio-political thriller, Vijay wrote in an official statement, ARAMM, is one of the finest, meaningful Tamil film in recent times! It hits you hard and provokes your thought. A wonderful social message presented in mainstream cinema. I was, in fact, praying for the safe-rescue of the child. Such magic in the movie was made possible, thanks to the Technical Crew! Fantastic work by cinematographer OmPrakash and Music director Ghibran. Hats off to Ms. Nayanthara for accepting and delivering a spectacular performance.”

He added, “The impact of the film would not be possible without her, in all aspects. I would like to thank Rajesh sir for accepting & deciding to produce such a quality film. Also Ravindran sir of Trident Arts, for distributing & ensuring it reaches the audience far & wide. ARAMM is a great example of the success of strong writing and execution of a story in an impactful way. All credits to the Director Gopi Sir, for creating a masterpiece. ARAMM is a must-watch and definitely a breather for Tamil Cinema.” The movie has already set a record opening in the Chennai city for a women-centric film in 2017 with a gross of Rs. 1.01 crores for the three-day weekend, outperforming Jyotika’s Magalir Mattum which had grossed Rs. 94 lakhs.

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