Earlier this month, Vishal's new film was officially launched with a formal pooja. Tentatively titled as Vishal 31, the film is directed by debutant Thu Pa Saravanan, who earlier directed the widely popular Tamil short film, Edhu Thevaiyo Adhuve Dharmam, starring Mandela fame Sheela Rajkumar in the lead role. The shooting of Vishal 31 is progressing at a brisk pace in Chennai and the team is shooting, following the Covid 19 protocols. Dimple Hayati plays the female lead and this film is expected to give her a good breakthrough in Tamil cinema. It is also going to be interesting to see Vishal and Dimple Hayati together for the very first time.

Meanwhile, the makers have now roped in one more actress to play an important role. Yes! The highly talented dubbing artist turned actor, Raveena Ravi will be seen playing a pivotal character in Vishal 31 and she has already started shooting for her portions in the movie. Raveena has also confirmed the same through her official Twitter page. Barathi Kannamma serial fame SPR Akilan will also be seen playing an important role. Produced by Vishal Film Factory, this action drama has music scored by Yuvan Shankar Raja and cinematography handled by Balasubramaniem.

NB Srikanth and SS Murthi will be handling the editing and art direction departments respectively. A strong team has come together to mount director Thu Pa Saravanan's vision and let us see how the film pans out.

Talking about Raveena Ravi, the young talent is one of the leading dubbing artists in Tamil cinema and she has lent her voice for several leading Tamil heroines including Samantha, Amy Jackson, Madonna Sebastian, Raashi Khanna, Amala Paul, Regina Cassandra, Malavika Mohanan, Manjima Mohan, Nidhhi Agerwal, and others. Some of her notable works as a dubbing artist include Velaiyilla Pattathari, Sigaram Thodu, Kaththi, I, Anegan, Paayum Puli, Kadhalum Kadandhu Pogum, Pichaikkaran, Hara Hara Mahadevaki, 2.0, Adanga Maru, Pa Paandi, Pattas, Sangathamizhan, Master, Eeswaran, Bhoomi, Kalathil Sandhippom, and more.

She made her debut as an actor with the critically acclaimed Tamil film, Oru Kidaiyin Karunai Manu, directed by Suresh Sangaiah. She was last seen playing the female lead in Kavalthurai Ungal Nanban, which received highly positive reviews from the critics and general audience.