The shoot for Gautham Menon’s Dhruva Natchathiram, starring Vikram, is going on at a brisk pace and the team is all set to head to the US now. The Chennai and Coonoor schedules have reportedly been completed and the team will take a short break before heading to the United States.
A source close to the team told The News Minute that a major portion of the shoot will be completed in the US. The source said, “The team is currently busy arranging visa for everyone. Since the process has become tough, they haven’t locked onto a date yet to travel for this schedule. As and when they’ll get a visa, they will head for two weeks schedule to the US.”
Dhruva Natchathiram is being promoted as Gautham Menon’s largest project to date. Besides Vikram, the film stars Ritu Varma and Aishwarya Rajesh. Actor Parthiepan will reportedly play a pivotal role as well.
The trailer didn’t reveal who the movie’s antagonist was, and speculations are rife about his or her identity. The team is yet to announce the rest of the cast and crew.
Cinematographer Jomon T Jomon who was working in the project had to drop out due to Bollywood commitments. Santhana Krishna has replaced him.