Evidence that Lokesh Kanagaraj’s LCU is represented by Vijay’s “Thalapathy 67”

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Evidence that Lokesh Kanagaraj’s LCU is represented by Vijay’s “Thalapathy 67”

Fans have been guessing whether “Thalapathy 67,” directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj, will be a part of Lokesh’s Cinematic Universe ever since there was a buzz that the two would be working together (LCU). Despite the maverick director’s hints that it might be, the most recent images from the movie’s pooja ritual taken after the project’s formal announcement have all but proven it.

The images from the movie’s pooja, which took place earlier in January, have been going viral online. Vijay, Trisha, Priya Anand, Arjun, Mansoor Ali Khan, Sandy, and the majority of the actors of the movie were all present in One of the Pictures, along with the technical team members. It’s interesting to note that another actor who appeared in the film was none other than George Maryan, who portrayed police policeman Napoleon in Lokesh Kanagaraj’s “Kaithi,” a crucial role.

Thalapathy 67 Vijay Lokesh Kanagaraj Movie Pooja Held in Chennai |  Thalapathy 67 : ദളപതി 67ന്റെ പൂജ നടന്നു; കാണാം ചിത്രങ്ങൾ | News in Malayalam

It appears to be established that “Thalapathy 67” is a part of Lokesh’s Cinematic Universe with the addition of George Maryan (LCU). The team is currently in Kashmir for the upcoming filming schedule, which is moving quite quickly. It will be intriguing to observe how Lokesh Kanagaraj integrates Vijay into his LCU while the audience impatiently await the movie.

The most-awaited Pooja video of 'Thalapathy 67' is here! Can you guess the  special guests? - Tamil News - IndiaGlitz.com

The audience has been praising director Lokesh Kanagaraj’s skillful integration of his actors from his previous film “Kaithi” and creating his own universe, which the fans have dubbed the Lokesh Cinematic Universe, ever since the success of director Lokesh Kanagaraj’s “Vikram,” starring Kamal Haasan, Vijay Sethupathi, and Fahadh Faasil (LCU). In addition to successfully incorporating his characters from “Kaithi,” the young director also connected the tale to Kamal Haasan’s 1986 movie, also called “Vikram.”







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