'Thalapathy' Vijay and chart-buster composer Yuvan Shankar Raja met recently and a photo of their get-together has been posted on social media on Friday. The picture shared by Yuvan doesn't have any caption, but only the collision symbol emoji, and is receiving staggering feedback from fans online. Although the image doesn't signify much at this point, it does raise the question of whether Vijay and Yuvan came together to discuss collaborating for a future project, and presumably the superstar's upcoming Thalapathy 66. Check out below Yuvan's tweet: 

This latest photo of Vijay and Yuvan will no doubt raise the question among fans whether the two are indeed coming back for a venture despite not much being revealed at this point. It is to be noted that the celebrated composer had last sung the chart-buster 'Andha Kanna Paathaakaa' song composed by Anirudh Ravichander in Vijay's box office blockbuster Master released earlier this year. Although it is not confirmed, there is a probability that Yuvan, who is fresh off the success of his work in Silambarasan TR's Maanaadu, could once again be singing for Vijay in Beast and it remains to be seen whether this would be happening. 

As for Thalapathy 66, no composer has officially been announced as yet and it is now a waiting game for fans whether Yuvan could be a part of the film or any other Vijay project in the future. Prior to Master, Yuvan had sung the 'Rukku Rukku' song in Vijay's 2001 blockbuster Friends. Likewise, Vijay too had performed vocals for the 'Kaalathuketha Oru Gana' song composed by Yuvan in the 1998 Nassar-starrer Velai. Both Vijay and Yuvan have collaborated on a film only once, Pudhiya Geethai, in 2003, with the songs being well-received at the time.