Recently, a few websites claimed that Gautham Menon has planned a sequel for his 2010 blockbuster VTV and has approached Silambarasan to star in the second instalment of the film as well. Reacting to those reports, the filmmaker stated that he is planning for it but nothing has been finalized yet.
He further added that the reports on VTV 2 commencing in June 2012 and Madrasapattinam actress Amy Jackson being roped in are false. However, Gautham Menon admitted that he is in talks with Silambarasan for a project, which is expected to take-off in 2012. The director also agreed that they discussed about the sequel but they are yet to decided on it.
He finally concluded that he loves to work with Simbu again.
Ace director Gautham Menon has opened up on Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa 2 (VTV) to clarify the rumours pertaining to its sequel. The director has said that nothing has been confirmed yet.