Sivakarthikeyan and his family visit a temple where a sizable crowd of admirers congregates.

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Sivakarthikeyan and his family visit a temple where a sizable crowd of admirers congregates.

The busy bee of Tamil cinema, Sivakarthikeyan, last appeared on a big screen in the Anudeep-directed bilingual drama “Prince,” which did not perform well at the box office when it was released for Diwali in 2022. Despite a lacklustre performance at the box office, the movie is today ruling digital platforms since it has gained popularity since its OTT release.

Sivakarthikeyan made time in his hectic schedule to take his family to a temple. With his wife Arthi, daughter Aradhana, and son Gugan, Sivakarthikeyan paid a visit to the Thirukkadaiyur Amirthakadeswarar shrine. A garland and shawl were presented to the temple authorities as they respectfully welcomed the well-known actor.

Sivakarthikeyan visits a temple with his family; fans gather in a large  number | Tamil Movie News - Times of India


When locals learned that Sivakarthikeyan and his family were arriving, they flocked to the temple in huge numbers to catch a look of the well-known actor, which created a commotion.

Sivakarthikeyan will next be seen in the lead character of Madonne Ashwin’s film “Maaveeran,” which is steadily progressing through production. Aditi Shankar plays the female lead in the action drama, and Mysskin, Yogi Babu, and Saritha also have significant parts. The soundtrack for “Maaveeran” is being composed by Bharath Shankar, who also composed the music for the director’s last National Award-winning film, “Mandela,” and the first song from the movie is anticipated to be released soon in time for Christmas.








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