Sources close to the project have also revealed that the entire crew will head for Kerala very soon to shoot some important sequences in God’s own country. The shooting there is expected to go on for 20 days.
Since Puli is a fantasy entertainer, the makers are keen to serve up a visually perfect film and hence it is said that the CG work for a particular portion would require at least four to five months. This contradicts with their idea of releasing the film in July and hence it is predicted that the movie might be postponed for a couple of months from the initially scheduled release date.
Post the Kerala schedule, the team is expected to return to Thalakonam where some prominent scenes were shot earlier that included Vijay and Thambi Ramaiah. The team will then head to Punjab to can a part of the all important climax portion before heading back to Chennai where the climax portion will be completed. Labelled as a high budget film, Puli has created huge excitement and anticipation among Vijay fans. It will also be interesting to see Vijay’s choice of selecting his script post back to back hit films such as Thuppakki and Kaththi.
The latest report on Ilayathalapathy Vijay’s Puli is that the team is planning to release the movie in July this year. It is also said that the audio of this highly anticipated movie might hit stores on May. Earlier it was speculated that Puli will be released for this year’s Diwali but looks like the makers of this film are eager to release Puli from its cage as soon as possible.