Sibiraj has a slew of movies lined up in his kitty and he is playing a Police officer in two of them, post his highly successful Naaigal Jaakirathai. One of the movies which will see him as a traffic cop is Kabadadaari, the Tamil remake of the super hit Kannada movie Kavaludaari. Kavaludaari was the first production by Puneeth Rajkumar and had Rishi and Ananth Nag in the lead and was directed by Hemanth M Rao. This movie, which released in 2019, went on to become one of the biggest hits of the year and it was later announced that the movie was being remade in Tamil with Sibiraj in the lead. The Tamil remake Kabadadaari, which has Sibiraj and Nandita Swetha in the lead, is being directed by Pradeep Krishnamoorthy and produced under the Creative Entertainer and Distributors banner. Pooja Kumar had been announced as being signed up to play a vital character in this movie but it has now come to light that she has been replaced by Suman Ranganathan, who acted in the original. 
G Dhananjayan has also written the adapted screenplay and dialogues for Kabadadaari, along with John Mahendran, the son of the legendary director J Mahendran. Suman Ranganathan, who was last seen in Tamil movies in the 2013 Thala Ajith starrer Arrambam, is making a comeback to Kollywood and has already completed filming for her portions in Kabadadaari. Simon K King is scoring the music for this movie, which has editing by Praveen KL and cinematography by Rasamathi. The makers are now focusing completely on the post-production works and get the film ready by the time the theatres reopen after the lockdown. 
Meanwhile, G Dhananjayan has now revealed the motion poster Kabadadaari's Telugu version with has actor Sumanth playing the lead role. Pradeep Krishnamoorthy who is directing the Tamil version is also the man in charge for the Telugu version. The same team who worked in Tamil version has been retained. Both the versions were simultaneously shot at the same time with different leads. Now check out the title announcement and motion poster of Kapatadhaari.