National Award-winning Tamil filmmaker Vetri Maaran's next film Viduthalai is currently progressing at a brisk pace and the expectations surrounding the venture are massive as it is one among the several high-profile projects he is working on at present. Touted to be a crime thriller, the upcoming film will see popular Tamil comedy actor Soori making his debut as the hero as a policeman, while 'Makkal Selvan' Vijay Sethupathi will be appearing as a convict and his role is described as central to the story. With Vetri Maaran and his team now filming Viduthalai at Kodaikanal in the Dindigul district, new behind-the-scenes pictures from the shooting spot have been released on Saturday, September 10, giving fans a glimpse into the jaw-dropping action that will be witnessed when the film comes out in theatres. 

Being produced by Elred Kumar's RS Infotainment banner, Viduthalaiis coming out in two installments and the latest shooting spot pictures shed light on the intense action that awaits fans in cinemas. In the new set of pictures, we see Vetri Maaran along with leading action choreographer Peter Hein planning out an action scene before proceeding to shoot it with Vijay Sethupathi and Soori. This latest visual treat from Viduthalai will no doubt add to the curiosity after it was also revealed sometime back that the team had recently filmed another major fight sequence in the Sirumalai forest region. Check out the new set of shooting photos from Viduthalai in the tweet below: 

Vetri Maaran's Viduthalai is adapted from a short story titled 'Thunaivan' penned by acclaimed Tamil writer Jeyamohan. The film will be released in Tamil Nadu by Udhayanidhi Stalin's Red Giant Movies and the announcement a few days back had garnered tremendous buzz on social media as the actor-producer and politician has been hitting the bullseye with the films he has presented so far. Viduthalai's star cast also features Prakash Raj, Gautham Vasudev Menon, Rajiv Menon, Chethan, and Bhavani Sre in pivotal roles, while the music is being composed by legendary composer 'Maestro' Ilaiyaraaja.