[an error occurred while processing this directive] Actor Vikram will join hands with Selvaraghavan after completing his mega venture Kandhasamy. The actor revealed this in a press meet held to celebrate the success of his Pongal release Bheema. Bheema is the long due of Vikram and he faced a lot of miseries to release the film for Pongal. Almost he forfeited Rs 1.15 crore from his salary to make this film to hit the screen for this festival season. The actor sacrificed 3 big offers and Rs.10 crores for the past two and half years to keep him in the long delayed project.
Looking in a sigh of relief Vikram said, "Bheema is very important film in my career. Many have praised me a lot for doing the role in Bheema after seen this [an error occurred while processing this directive] film. To complete this film, I have lost almost 11crores including my salary. Apart from this, I have lost my mental peace and stability in my career. Many times, I felt sorry for my pathetic state in the past 2 years even after I reached a status in the career. But it is only for my love towards the industry. Moreover, I wished the producer could be saved from this crisis."
"Bheema has been sold out for Rs. 43 crores. I'm hearing good news from all the parts of the state. Thank god, the fans and my beloved people saved the film and gave me and the producer a new lease of life," Vikram added further.
Now, Vikram is fully focusing on his upcoming venture Kandhasamy directed by Susi Ganesan and produced by Kalaipuli S Dhanu. Vikram says, “This movie will be a visual treat to all and children will love this movie. I'm sure about the success of Kandhasamy. It will be a big hit in my career. I'm amazed with the skills of director Susi Ganesan and it is my luck to work with him. I'm sure, he will become the top three director in the country soon."
Answering to a question about his next film after Kandhasamy, Vikram toid, "I will join with Selvaragavan after completing my Kandhasamy. The work will begin, when we both finish our existing commitments."