After making his directorial debut way back in 2007 through Dhanush's Polladhavan, film-maker Vetrimaaran has so far helmed only two films ever since.
Before helping Visaranai to fascinate many movie lovers in India and overseas, he had done enough in Aadukalam, for it to go ahead and fetch six awards at the 58th National Award ceremony including awards for Best Direction and Screenplay.
Thanks to the impact he had managed to create with movies like Polladhavan and Aadukalam, his upcoming flick Vada Chennai, in which he collaborates again with Dhanush, had aroused the keenness of many Tamil moviegoers.
Unfortunately, the project which was officially announced months ago, never took off as both Dhanush and Vetrimaaran were busy working on other projects.
After completing Visaranai, everyone's focus shifted back to the long awaited project, for which Vetrimaaran obliged by announcing that he will start shooting for Vada Chennai.
When everything was looking in accordance with the commencement of the project, Dhanush once again got himself committed to various other flicks including a Hollywood movie opposite Uma Thurman.
Owing to Dhanush's tight schedule, rumours regarding the postponement of Vada Chennai had cropped up.
But according to the latest report, Vetrimaaran has quashed all such speculations. Saying that the film will suffer no more delays, the maverick film-maker has confirmed that the much awaited flick will go on floors from May this year.