Does Vijay play the role of a patient with rare mental disorders in “Thalapathy 66”? – Tamil news


Thalapathy Vijay’s new film ‘Beast’ directed by Nelson Dilipkumar and produced by Sun Pictures is heading towards the finish line. The team will fly back to Georgia to film the remaining parts soon and that will be finished by the end of December max. Anirudh marks the music of the highly anticipated actor with Pooja Hegde playing the love interest of Vijay and Yogi Babu and Selvaraghavan in pivotal roles.

In a few months, Vijay will start touring for his first bilingual “Thalapathy 66” which will be shot simultaneously in Tamil and Telugu. The film is directed by Vamshi Paidipally of ‘Thozha’ fame and produced by Dil Raju with most likely Thaman scoring the music.

News has surfaced on the internet that Vamshi, who treated paraplegia in “Thozha”, with Nagarjuna playing the role of a paraplegic patient, will deal with another such disease in “Thalapathy 66”. Reports say erotomania is the core storyline of the film which has caused a social media frenzy.

In fact, the information is also posted on the IMDB site for the film page and says, “This film is about a man who has a disease called” Erotomania “(a mental condition) and the story will revolve around him and of his struggles in his life with this disease and how he overcomes it.

Erotomania is the mental illness in which an affected person has delusions that a person who may be totally disconnected or even dead is in love with him. He has a majority of patients who mostly think that a famous personality is infatuated with her and sends her love signals when that person doesn’t even know they exist. When it affects men, they exhibit schizoprenic symptoms and also stalk women who become the object of their ailments.

Of course, the reports are unconfirmed and the true story of “Thalapathy 66” will only be known when Vamshi speaks about it. Either way, the suggestion is an interesting one and let’s wait until how true that turns out to be when the movie comes out.


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