Nivin Pauly, the actor who has already made a strong fan base in Mollywood, is all set to sign a Tamil movie soon. Nivin himself revealed the news in the recent interview given to Mangalam Online.
The actor confirmed that discussions regarding the project is going on and he is yet to sign the project. It has been speculated that the project is the Tamil remake of popular Kannada movie Ulidavaru Kandanthe.
According to some other sources, it is the Tamil-Malayalam bilingual flick directed by Gautham Menon. However, Nivin Pauly refused to reveal more details regarding the project and confirmed that the team will make an official announcement soon.
Nivin Pauly made his Tamil movie debut with Alphonse Puthren's Neram, which was a Tamil-Malayalam bilingual. He had won the Filmfare Award for Best Debutante for his performance in the film.
It was also rumoured that Mani Ratnam has approached Nivin for a movie. But the actor slammed the rumours, stating that the director hasn't approached. He has also stated that he always wanted to work with the veteran director.
Premam, the recently released Nivin Pauly starrer movie directed by Alphonse Puthren, has already broken all collection records of Mollywood. The movie will be soon remade into Tamil.