Popular Tamil actress Varalaxmi Sarathkumar has shared new photos with 'Thalapathy' Vijay during her flight to Hyderabad on Wednesday, August 31. Having starred alongside the Tamil superstar in the 2018 box office blockbuster Sarkar, the Iravin Nizhal actress informed fans that she had a lot of fun with the actor and his manager Jagdish, who were en route to the Telangana capital for the next schedule of his upcoming film, Varisu. Sharing the pictures, Varalaxmi wrote on Twitter, "Never had such a good flight to hyd...haha my favoriteeeeeeee #Thalapathy @actorvijay right next to me..whaatteew day...thank u @Jagadishbliss heheheh....so much fun...ludo..laughter..chit chat..perfect flight..perfect day.." Check out her tweet below: 


Varalaxmi played the antagonist in Vijay's Sarkar in 2018 and the action political drama film turned out to be one of the highest-grossing films in the actor's career and in Tamil cinema history. The film showed one man's undying efforts to raise awareness against electoral fraud while contesting the polls as a non-partisan candidate amidst several big threats to his life. Sarkar was directed by AR. Murugadoss also starred Keerthy Suresh as the female lead, while veteran actors Pala. Karuppiah and Radha Ravi played the villains and featured music by Academy Award-winning composer A. R. Rahman. 

As for Varisu, the film has Varalaxmi’s father Sarathkumar playing a pivotal role in the film and the actor has spoken in high regard about the film so far. Vijay will be filming portions for the next schedule in Hyderabad under Vamshi Paidipally’s direction. Being produced by Dil Raju's Sri Venkateswara Creations banner, Varisu family entertainer also stars national sensation Rashmika Mandanna as the female lead, while the supporting cast features the likes of Prakash Raj, Prabhu, Jayasudha, Yogi Babu, Shaam, actress Sangeetha Krish, Srikanth, and Bigg Boss 4 fame Samyuktha Shanmughanathan and others in vital roles.Varalaxmi, on the other hand, will be seen in several promising films up ahead that include Samantha's Yashoda, Pamban, Piranthal Parasakthi, Colors, Lagaam, Hanu Man, Nandamuri Balakrishna's NBK 107, Sabari to name a notable few.