Leading Tamil actor Arun Vijay's next film, Achcham Enbathu Illaye, announced sometime back, and being directed by blockbuster director A. L. Vijay, also stars 2.0 heroine Amy Jackson and Malayalam actress Nimisha Sajayan of The Great Indian Kitchen fame. Production has been progressing at a brisk pace since the team began shooting in September in London and a major schedule was also wrapped up, with the first look of the film being released last week. That being said, Arun Vijay has now informed on social media that he suffered bruises on his left biceps while filming intense action scenes for Achcham Enbathu Illaye but was also in high spirits saying how he loves performing his own stunts. 

Sharing a few photos of the injury to his arm, Arun Vijay wrote on Twitter, "Behind all my hard-core actions you'll see on screen there are plenty of bruises like these... But still love doing my own stunts..😉 Wait for the next on screen..💪🏽  Luv you all..❤️ #AchchamEnbadhuIllayae  #actorslife #nothingcanstop." It is to be noted that this isn't the first time Arun Vijay has injured himself on the sets of Achcham Enbathu Illaye after he previously ended up getting severely hurt and tearing a ligament while shooting for an action scene in London. Below are Arun Vijay's pictures of his bruises: 

Arun Vijay will be looking for all his hard work to pay off in Achcham Enbathu Illaye, which is produced by Rajasekhar and Swathi under their Shri Shirdi Sai Movies, and will see Amy Jackson playing a British citizen once again after her Tamil cinema debut, Madrasapattinam, which was directed by A. L. Vijay as well. The film will feature music and a background score by National Award-winning composer G. V. Prakash Kumar and reports have stated the team plans to bring it out in cinemas in mid-2023