Jyothika opts out of Vijay 61

Posted by DM, 06 Feb, 2017

Some combinations certainly create huge buzz by the virtue of their talent and potential. Jyothika and Ilayathalapathy Vijay were a hit combination whenever they did films together. Of late, Jyothika was once again roped for Vijay’s 61 for essaying a crucial role in the movie. But, according to the latest buzz, Jyothika chose to walk out of the movie.
There is no official confirmation yet on Jyothika’s decision. What could be the possible reason for Jyothika to walk out of such a crazy combination? Some reports those made headlines say that there are some creative differences between director Atlee and Jo. She wanted some changes to her character and suggested the same to the young director Atlee Kumar., but director rejects it and so on. If Jyothika had walked out for this reason, then it could be that Atlee didn’t like to make changes accordingly. The story of Vijay61 was penned by ‘Baabubali’ writer KV Vijayendra Prasad. The next question is who will replace Jyothika in Vijay 61? Wait and See.

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