Director Pradeep Ranganathan who made an impressive debut in Tamil cinema with the Jayam Ravi starrer Comali is now all set to begin his second directorial venture which is currently in the pre-production stages. Interestingly, Pradeep will turn a lead actor for this new film and it is going to be interesting to see the actor inside him. One of Tamil cinema's leading production houses, AGS Entertainment, known for producing Thalapathy Vijay's Bigil, will be bankrolling this second directorial venture of Pradeep Ranganathan. Earlier today (December 20), the makers made a super exciting announcement on the music director of the film and it has taken the fans by excitement.

Ace composer Yuvan Shankar Raja has been signed to compose music for this Pradeep Ranganathan directorial and this announcement has garnered attention on social media. Pradeep sounded highly excited about collaborating with Yuvan Shankar Raja for his next film. Sharing his excitement about it, Pradeep tweeted, "Did I even imagine I would work with the legend @thisisysr when I was hearing Paiyaa songs on repeat during my school days. Anything can happen in life. @Ags_production #Production22 @agscinemas @archanakalpathi @aishkalpathi @onlynikil".

Similarly, Yuvan Shankar Raja also expressed his happiness about being a part of this film, adding that he is looking forward to starting the work. Yuvan's tweet read, "So happy for this, and happy to be a part of this wonderful project produced by @agscinemas @archanakalpathi @aishkalpathi and directed by @pradeeponelife looking forward". The shooting of this film is expected to begin in early 2022 and an official word regarding the same is awaited. This untitled flick is touted to be a youthful comedy entertainer that will appeal to all kinds of audiences. The makers are yet to make a formal announcement on the film's female lead and the rest of the cast and crew.

For now, check out the official announcement on Yuvan Shankar Raja composing music for Pradeep Ranganathan's second directorial venture here: