Thalapathy Vijay’s scale of popularity in the South Indian film industry is immense. Hence, it is normal that there is a lot of buzz surrounding his son, Jason Sanjay’s debut as well. Reportedly, Jason Sanjay is all set to make his debut with the Tamil remake of Uppena.
If recent media reports are to be believed, then Jason Sanjay will be making his debut in the Tamil film industry soon. He will reportedly make his debut with the Tamil remake of the upcoming film, Uppena. The film is a romance story which is alleged inspired by the Nalgonda honour killing.
Vijay Sethupathi played the role of the antagonist in the original Uppena. He will reportedly reprise the same role and also, produce the Tamil remake. Interestingly, this also brings in another similarity. Vijay Sethupathi will play a villain to both father and son in Master and Uppena respectively.
Vijay Sethupathi reportedly discussed the idea with Thalapathy Vijay on the sets of the film, Master. The latter mentioned how he thinks that it will be an ideal film for his son, Jason Sanjay’s debut. However, Sanjay is currently not in the country.
Thalapathy Vijay’s son Jason Sanjay is studying filmmaking in Canada at the moment. The Tamil remake of Uppena will reportedly go on floors by early next year. The remaining details about the casting and other details are yet to be finalised by the makers. However, an official announcement of the same will only be made once Thalapathy Vijay’s son Jason Sanjay comes back.
Buchi Babu Sana is making his directorial debut with Uppena. He will be directing the Tamil version starring Jason Sanjay as well. However, Chiranjeevi’s nephew, Panja Vaisshnav Tej is making his debut with the original Telugu version. Uppena was expected to release on April 2, 2020, but has now been postponed due to the coronavirus lockdown.