Sivakarthikeyan’s next film, Prince

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Sivakarthikeyan’s next film, Prince

Sivakarthikeyan, a versatile actor, has collaborated with filmmaker Anudeep KV on a Telugu-Tamil multilingual play. The title and first look poster for his upcoming film have been revealed by the film’s creators.

The star’s most recent film is named Prince, and Sivakarthikeyan appears as a mediator on the film’s poster. He wears a white and white suit and holds a globe. In the backdrop, there are a few hands painted with nation maps, as well as a world map and a dove, a symbol of peace. Aside from that, Sivakarthikeyan’s heart-melting smile says it all.

Narayan Das Narang, Suniel Narang, Puskur Ram Mohan Rao, and Suresh Babu are co-producing the film under their respective labels of Sree Venkateswara Cinemas LLP, Suresh Productions, and Shanthi Talkies. The plot of the film takes place in Pondicherry, India, and London, England.


Sonali Narang is presenting the film, which will feature music by renowned composer S Thaman. Along with Sivakarthikeyan, Prince features Maria Ryaboshapka and Sathyaraj in important roles. While Maria Ryaboshapka plays the protagonist opposite Sivakarthikeyan, Sathyaraj plays an important part in the film.

The project is now in its final stages of production. On the auspicious occasion of Vinayaka Chavithi, Prince is scheduled to be released in theatres on August 31st, this year.

Furthermore, Sivakarthikeyan will appear in Rajkumar Periaswamy’s upcoming film starring Vikram actor Kamal Haasan. The film has been provisionally named SK21 and is supported by Kamal Haasan’s own production company Raj Films as well as Sony Pictures Films India. In addition, Shyam Singha Roy actress Sai Pallavi has been cast as the lead in this highly awaited drama.



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