What's Next for Vijay after AR Murugadoss, Chimbu Devan Films?

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By sangeetha seshagiri | January 28, 2014 5:35 PM EST

Vijay, who is basking in the success of "Jilla", is all set to start his new film with director AR Murugadoss.

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Vijay ( Screenshot from "Thalaivaa" official trailer/ YouTube)

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The shooting of the untitled flick is expected to kick off in February. Expectations are high for the film as Vijay is teaming up with Murugadoss after the stupendous success of 2012-release "Thuppakki."

Apart from this big budget project, Vijay will work in a new film with director Chimbu Devan of "Imsai Arasan 23m Pulikesi" fame. The film touted to be a fantasy entertainer is expected to go on floors this September. The untitled venture will be jointly produced by Vijay's PR manager PT Selvakumar and Shibu of Thameens Movies.

Even before these two films could go on floors, speculations about Vijay's other projects have started to emerge.

So, what's next for Vijay after Murugadoss and Chimbu Devan films? Latest buzz is that director Atlee is reportedly in talks with Vijay for a new film. Earlier, it was reported that the actor was floored by Atlee's script and has agreed to work with him. However, there is no official confirmation on the same.

It is also being said that Vijay has asked "Pandiya Naadu" director Suseenthiran to ready a script for him. Sources have confirmed that Vijay has evinced interest to work with Suseenthiran, reported Indiaglitz. If the reports are to be believed, the Atlee film or the Suseenthiran film might commence after the completion of Murugadoss and Chimbu Devan projects.

There are also speculations that Vijay has agreed to work with director Sasikumar in his new project next year. 

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Vijay ( Screenshot from "Thalaivaa" official trailer/ YouTube)
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