Ace filmmaker Bharathiraja started his career with 16 Vayathinile, a film that changed the face of Tamil cinema. After Kizhakke Pogum Rail, another hit, he was branded a director who could make only village subjects. Subsequently, the filmmaker made Sigappu Rojakkal, starring Kamal Haasan, which was about a psychopathic woman-hater; something radically different from his subjects thus far. And now, the latest is that the makers are working on part two of this script with modern-day improvisations.
The movie might be directed by Bharathiraja himself or his son Manoj Bharathi of Taj Mahal fame. G.V. Prakash is likely to score the music for this project.