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'Singam 2' team is Cape Town bound

IndiaGlitz [Tuesday, September 25, 2012]
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The 'Singam 2' team led by director Hari will be off to Cape Town in South Africa, where some important scenes and song sequences will be shot.

It is to be noted that a Nigerian actor, who was part of some Hollywood flicks, has been roped in to play one of the baddies of this sequel to 'Singam'.

"Stunt scenes featuring Suriya and the foreign actor will be shot in Cape Town. Also, songs on the lead pair (Suriya and Anushka Shetty) will be canned there," sources maintain.

Devi Sri Prasad has recently recorded a couple of songs for the movie. Hansika Motwani, Vivek and Santhanam are also there in 'Singam 2', which is expected to hit the screens early 2013.




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