Rajinikanth and Amitabh Bachchan, two of the most iconic actors in the history of Indian film, are scheduled to appear together on screen once again.

In films like as Hum, Andhaa Kaanoon, and Geraftaar, the two actors have previously spent screen time together; however, the next film in the Thalaivar 170 series will mark the first time in over 32 years that they will do so.

Rajnikant And Amitabh bachchan to share scree space

The filming schedule for Rajinikanth’s latest project, Lal Salaam, was recently completed, and he is now focusing on Jailer. After the release of those two movies, he will be seen in the upcoming film Thalaivar 170, which was directed by TJ Gnanavel, who was also the director of Jai Bhim.

Because the picture in question will be the 170th film that he has worked on during his career, the working title for it is Thalaivar 170.

IndiaToday cited many sources familiar with the situation.The film will be funded by Lyca Productions, and this will mark the first time in over 32 years that the two major players will collaborate on a project. The actor who appeared in Piku will reportedly have a significant part in the upcoming film starring Rajinikanth.

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Earlier, there were several rumors circulating that the actor Chiyaan Vikram from Ponniyin Selvan was going to be considered for the part. Although the squad has not disclosed when they would be coming on floor, it is anticipated that Thalaivar 170 will most likely get underway later on in this year.

Rajinikanth Wraps Jailer Shooting

Rajinikanth finished the production schedule for his upcoming film, Jailer, after completing a number of lengthy shoots.

The iconic actor will be seen in the film portraying the role of jailer Muthuvel Pandian. The film also stars Priyanka Mohan, Shiva Rajkumar, Jackie Shroff, Ramya Krishnan, Yogi Babu, Vasanth Ravi, and Vinayakan, amongst many more.

In the next movie, Malayalam star Mohanlal will also be featured for a cameo that is somewhat longer than usual.