Sivakarthikeyan dresses casually and comfortably as he arrives in Hyderabad.

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Sivakarthikeyan dresses casually and comfortably as he arrives in Hyderabad.

Sivakarthikeyan has been in the news because of his upcoming multilingual film Prince. The film is currently undergoing vigorous advertising as it prepares to hit theatres on October 21. The paparazzi recently took pictures of Sivakarthikeyan as he arrived in Hyderabad. He wore blue trousers and a blue T-shirt with the word “Cultivate” to keep his attire for the day comfortable and informal. White sneakers finished off the look.

The movie, which was directed by KV Anudeep, is marketed as a pure family comedy. Prince, a movie co-produced by Sree Venkateswara Cinemas LLP, Suresh Productions, and Shanthi Talkies, also features important roles for Narayan Das Narang, Suniel Narang, Puskur Ram Mohan Rao, and Suresh Babu.alongside others

The scenes in Prince are set in London and Pondicherry, respectively, in the United Kingdom and India.


Sivakarthikeyan keeps his OOTD cool and comfy as he arrives in Hyderabad

In addition to this, Sivakarthikeyan will also appear in the film directed by Rajkumar Periaswamy. The project, currently known as SK21, will star Sai Pallavi as the female lead. Raj Films, a domestic studio, and Sony Pictures Films India are funding this drama with no title as of yet.

In addition, Sivakarthikeyan is working on Madonne Ashwin’s mass entertainer Maaveeran. Aditi Shankar, the director’s daughter, plays the lead in the bilingual drama. After Viruman, this will be her second Kollywood project. When it comes to the technical crew, Bharath Sankar serves as the music director, while Philomin Raj handles the editing. Meanwhile, Vidhu Ayyanna has started shooting the film.



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