National Award-winning actor Vikram's next film, Cobra, being directed by Ajay Gnanamuthu of Demonte Colony and Imaikkaa Nodigal fame, is currently in its final stages of production. Being produced by Lalit Kumar’s 7 Screen Studios, the upcoming film touted to be an action thriller will feature 'Chiyaan' Vikram in multiple avatars as teased in the first look poster that was released a while back, with director Ajay Gnanamuthu assuring fans a while back that the actor will be showcased in a new dimension. Featuring music by Academy Award-winning composer A. R. Rahman, the post-production (dubbing) works on Cobra was being carried out sometime back on what had been shot so far, with the makers now announcing that the shooting on the remainder of the portions of the film has now once again resumed. 

Taking to his Twitter page, Ajay Gnanamuthu informed fans that production on Cobra has resumed by sharing a behind-the-scenes shooting spot photo of Vikram's back facing the camera. The picture has Vikram's face not being revealed, who is surrounded in the midst of heavy military ranged weapons and artillery, thereby hinting the actor's character in the film is getting ready for a big kill mission. Check out the new Cobra shooting spot picture below:

Vikram's Cobra also features former Indian cricketer Irfan Pathan in his acting debut, with reports stating that he will be playing a role with negative shades. The Cobra team had released a special character poster for Irfan Pathan on the occasion of his birthday in October, while also revealing his name as Aslan Yilmaz, who is a French Interpol Officer in the film. The film will also see KGF fame Srinidhi Shetty making her Tamil cinema debut as the female lead, with the supporting cast also featuring names like Miya George, Roshan Matthew, Anandaraj, KS Ravikumar, Mirnalini Ravi among others. A romantic single track titled 'Thumbi Thullal' by A. R. Rahman was released during the lockdown period and has turned out to be a huge hit, with the film's technical crew consisting of cinematography by debutant Harish Kannan, editing by Bhuvan Srinivasan and stunt choreography by Dhilip Subbarayan.