Though his career is facing a slight lull in the past decade, Vaigai Puyal Vadivelu is still one of the best loved comedians of our time.

Vadivelu, one of the senior artists of Tamil cinema, has not been active in cinema for the last 10 years. But that doesn’t mean his yesteryear jokes are irrelevant in the current day; in fact, Vadivelu’s reactions, dialogues, expressions, including body language are all applicable to all situations to the extent that he is still the reigning king of memes. With the growth of social media, Vadivelu has become an artist that is celebrated by the next generation of cinema fans.

Actor vadivelu sung sing in the rain with prabhu deva

Vadivelu, who recently appeared in Vijay’s Atlee-directed Mersal and then in Raghava Lawrence’s Sivalinga, will next feature in ‘Nai Sekar Returns’. Music director Santhosh Narayanan is composing the music for the film. Vadivelu also sang a song in this movie.

Starring actor Vadivelu, the main character is based on the very famous ‘Naai Sekar’, the role which caught a lot of attention in the movie ‘Thalai Nagaram’. The film was released in 2006 and was directed by Suraj. ‘Naai Sekar’ is the epic character played by actor Vadivelu in this film starring Sundar C. This character is the basis for the upcoming Vadivelu starrer Naai Sekar Returns. Vadivelu’s second film after Nai Sekar is Mari Selvaraj’s Mamannan. This ‘Mamannan’ movie announcement is a double treat for the fans who have not seen Vadivelu on screen for a few years.

In this situation, a video recently released by Vadivelu along with actor Prabhu Deva is spreading like wildfire on the internet. The duo co-starred in the video and sang the song Sing in the Rain, which he sang for the movie ‘Manadhai Thirudivittai’, which is still talked about today. Prabhu Deva listens to Vadivelu singing in the video. Under this video, fans are chuckling about the comedy scenes of this movie that captivated their minds.

Source: Behindwoods

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