Reputed music director Bharadwaj is best known among Tamil cinema fans for his chart-busters in actor Ajith Kumar's films like Kaadhal Mannan, Amarkalam, Attahasam, Thirupathi, and Aasal. Now, the hit composer is stepping forward for a tribute project for 'Thalapathy' Vijay on behalf of the actor's fans in Canada. Bussy Anand, General Secretary of the All India Thalapathy Vijay Makkal Iyakkam took to social media on Friday to post a video of Bharadwaj at work for a special musical tribute to Vijay titled 'Thee Thee Thalapathy' featuring vocals by Janani and Karthik and is being presented by the Canada Vijay Makkal Iyakkam. Watch the video below: 

Having made his debut in the Tamil film industry with Ajith's Kaadhal Mannan in 1998, Bharadwaj also holds the distinction of composing the music for the actor's 25th venture Attahasam and the landmark 50th project Aasal, which were directed by Saran. The trio is considered to be one of the most successful teams in Tamil cinema history, with the composer also being felicitated with the Kalaimamani Award by the Tamil Nadu government in 2008. It will be interesting to see how Bharadwaj comes up with his tribute for Vijay considering he has never worked on any of his films in the past. Outside of his work on Ajith's films, the hit machine is also known for his films like Roja Kootam, Gemini, Jay Jay, Autograph, Vasool Raja MBBS, Ayya, Thiruttu Payale, including 2017's Aayirathil Iruvar, which was his last Tamil film. 

As for Ajith, the actor's Valimai, which was announced for a Pongal release has been postponed due to the rise in the Covid-19 cases, with a new theatrical release date expected to be announced as soon as the situation returns to normal. Likewise, the actor will next be teaming up with director H. Vinoth and producer Boney Kapoor for the third consecutive time for the tentatively titled AK 61 after their Nerkonda Paarvai and Valimai. Vijay, on the other hand, wrapped up filming his Beast under Nelson Dilipkumar's direction being produced by Sun Pictures, and is set to open in theatres in April. The actor's next being called Thalapathy 66 will reportedly be a Tamil-Telugu bilingual and has him joining hands with Thozha director Vamshi Paidipally under the Sri Venkateswara Creations banner.