Filmmaker Lokesh Kanagaraj is buoyed by the success of his newest launch Vikram, starring Kamal Haasan. Lokesh has mentioned that the acceptance of the movie has left him overwhelmed and he hasn’t been this emotional ever. When Lokesh questioned how he was going to repay the love viewers has showered in his movie, Kamal Haasan suggested him to not get complacent.

Vikram, which additionally stars Vijay Sethupathi, Fahadh Faasil and Suriya, has set the money registers on fireplace by minting over 150 crores worldwide in simply three days of its launch.

Lokesh took to Twitter to thank the viewers for his or her acceptance of the film. He wrote: “I haven’t been this emotional ever. The acceptance you’ve proven #Vikram and I has been so overwhelming. I don’t know the way I’m gonna repay you guys for all this love. Ever grateful to @ikamalhaasan sir and my wonderful individuals. So moved. Love you all (sic).”

Kamal Haasan reacted to Lokesh Kanagaraj’s tweet. 

Quote tweeting Lokesh’s tweet, Kamal Haasan mentioned the one means to repay a loving viewers is by not getting complacent. “The solely means you are able to do any debt administration with a loving viewers is to by no means become complacent. Do sincere back-breaking work, they love and respect that. My power comes from their love. All energy to your endeavours. RKFI will proudly help you as we did this time. Rock on (sic).” Kamal wrote on Twitter.

With Vikram, Kamal has returned to the massive display after a niche of shut to 5 years. The movie, which was dubbed and launched in Telugu, Hindi and Malayalam, options Kamal in a job he initially performed within the 1986 movie of the identical title. He returns as former agent Vikram of Black Squad who used to work for the Indian authorities.

Vikram, which stars Suriya in a cameo, units up the stage for a franchise within the making. Going by some essential moments within the film, Suriya could possibly be taking part in the antagonist in Karthi’s Kaithi 2 and the subsequent half within the Vikram franchise.

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