Poonam Singh

News Highlights

  • Vijay Sethupathi approached for The Family Man Season 3
  • Raj & DK had earlier also approached Vijay For The Family Man Season 2
  • Raj and DK have already decided storyline for The Family Man 3

Since the release of The Family Man Season 2, it has been making waves around the world. Fans and critics are showering praises alike on the spy thriller series that seems like a perfect sequel to a nail-biting season 1. 

According to the latest reports, South Superstar Vijay Sethupathi has been reportedly approached to play an important role in The Family Man 3. 

Reportedly, Directors Raj and DK are keen to cast Vijay in the third installment of the series and have approached the versatile actor for the same, however, the Super Deluxe actor is yet to give his nod for the project.

Notably, this not the first time the director duo has approached the 'Master' antagonist for the series. 

Raj and DK had approached Sethupathi for the role of Lankan militant in The Family Man 2. However, the 99 actor had turned down the offer and had suggested the name of Mime Gopi to the makers, who later went to play this character.

The amazing storytelling by Raj and DK and the brilliant performance by the entire star cast of the series have wooed the audience. Fans are now rooting for The Family Man 3 and are eagerly waiting for the popular series next season which is likely to involve Chinese infringements set in the Covid times.

In an interview with Firstpost, Raj and DK said that they have an idea about where they want to take The Family Man 3, but are currently taking in audience feedback and understanding what worked and what didn't.

Raj Nidimoru said, "We are behind this time. We have the world in place, we have the concept, we have an idea, and the foundation to some extent. But we're still developing the story. This time, we're actually seeing the feedback, and there's a deluge of it. We need to regroup, clear our heads, and sit and start writing it so that we're not too influenced but are still cognizant of what was great and what was not."

(Edited By Pradeep Singh)