'Vaigai Puyal' Vadivelu's big comeback to cinema was announced by blockbuster production banner Lyca Productions last year along with the title of the film revealed to be Naai Sekar Returns. Being directed by Suraaj, the upcoming venture is the filmmaker's fourth collaboration with the comedy superstar after Thalai Nagaram (2006), Marudhamalai (2007), and Kaththi Sandai (2016). One of Lyca Productions' biggest films in the making, Naai Sekar Returns, which has music composed by Santhosh Narayanan, will have its first single released soon, with the film's audio rights bagged by Think Music India, the reputed banner announced on Friday, November 11. Below is the update: 

A few months back, a video of Vadivelu showed him singing  'Sing in the Rain', which was taken at the shooting spot of Naai Sekar Returns. Furthermore, it was later announced that leading actor-filmmaker Prabhu Deva has choreographed a song in the film, while also revealing that Vadivelu will be setting the dance floor on fire with his moves. Naai Sekar Returns is the fourth collaboration for the comedy legend and director Suraaj after their Thalai Nagaram (2006), Marudhamalai (2007), and Kaththi Sandai (2016), and expectations are once again high for the duo to deliver yet another laugh riot in theatres. The film's motion poster released sometime back too received a huge response from fans, who now await to witness the actor in full form on the big screen soon. 

Naai Sekar Returns will see Vadivelu sharing screen space with Bigg Boss Tamil season 4 actress Shivani Narayanan, Anandaraj, Redin Kingsley, Vigneshkanth, Lollu Sabha Maran, Sivaangi, Prashanth among others in vital supporting roles, while the film also has a talented technical team that includes cinematography by Vignesh Vasu, editing by Selva RK, while Umesh J Kumar is the art director. Apart from Naai Sekar Returns, Vadivelu will also be seen in a crucial role in Udhayanidhi Stalin's Maamannan, directed by Mari Selvaraj, which also has Keerthy Suresh and Fahadh Faasil appearing in pivotal roles.