Actor Udhayanidhi Stalin began taking pictures on Monday for his subsequent movie, which is the Tamil remake of Bollywood hit Article 15. The total solid and crew noticed a second of silence on the sets in honour of Vivek earlier than starting the shoot. “Today @Udhaystalin joined the shoot of remake of #Article15 directed by @Arunrajakamaraj in Pollachi. Before commencing work, the whole Unit observed a minute of silence to pay respect and homage to the departed Soul of Late Shri #Vivek Ji (sic),” tweeted producer Boney Kapoor, who’s bankrolling the movie.
Vivek handed away on Saturday after struggling a deadly cardiac arrest on Friday. “We will walk in the footsteps of Vivek, who advocated social change and protect our environment,” Udhayanidhi wrote on his Twitter web page.
The taking pictures of the movie had been in progress in Pollachi for the final 10 days. Udhayanidhi, nevertheless, was busy campaigning within the recently-held Tamil Nadu elections. Udhayanidhi, who can also be the DMK’s youth wing chief, contested the elections from Chepauk-Triplicane constituency. It marks his debut in electoral politics.
Today @Udhaystalin joined the shoot of remake of #Article15 directed by @Arunrajakamaraj in Pollachi. Before commencing work, the entire Unit noticed a minute of silence to pay respect and homage to the departed Soul of Late Shri #Vivek Ji@BayViewProjOffl @ZeeStudios_ pic.twitter.com/FTD25raQC4
— Boney Kapoor (@BoneyKapoor) April 19, 2021
Udhayanidhi has proven a penchant for choosing politically and socially related movies from different languages and doing their remakes in Tamil. Earlier, he did Manithan, which was the official remake of Subhash Kapoor’s Hindi movie Jolly LLB.
His forthcoming movie is the remake of director Anubhav Sinha’s 2019 hit, Article 15. It revolves across the struggles of a brand new IPS officer who will get posted in a village, which is deeply divided alongside caste strains. The movie follows his private progress and his effort to uphold the equal rights of everybody as assured by Article 15 of the Indian Constitution.
The Tamil remake is helmed by Arunraja Kamaraj and is being bankrolled by Boney Kapoor’s Bayview Projects LLP in affiliation with Zee Studios. It is Boney Kapoor’s third venture in Tamil after Nerkonda Paarvai and Valimai.