Grasp director Lokesh Kanagaraj has examined optimistic for coronavirus. The favored Tamil director shared the news on Monday night by way of a tweet, including that he has been admitted in a non-public hospital.
“Howdy everybody, penning this to tell all my pals, household and well-wishers that I’ve examined optimistic for Covid-19 and have been admitted in a non-public hospital the place I’m being taken excellent care of. Can be again quickly and stronger, till then, Lokesh Kanagaraj,” Lokesh’s two-line tweet learn.
— Lokesh Kanagaraj (@Dir_Lokesh) March 29, 2021
Sharing photographs from Lokesh’s final superhit outing Grasp, his followers wished him a speedy restoration. One fan shared a picture of Lokesh and Thalapathy Vijay and wrote, “All is nicely. Come again quickly na.” Whereas yet one more tweet talked about, “Take care bro and need you a speedy restoration.”
Lokesh Kanagaraj kickstarted his profession with the 2016 anthology film Aviyal. He made his characteristic movie directorial debut with the acclaimed Sundeep Kishan movie Maanagaram. The film additionally featured Sri, Regina Cassandra, Madhusudhan Rao and Charle in pivotal components.
In the meantime, Grasp smashed the ticket counters as followers rushed to witness their film icon Vijay on the large display. Nevertheless, the critiques to the film was polarising. Calling it a novel Vijay movie, Indianexpress.com’s evaluate of the film learn, “Lokesh Kanagaraj, who has co-written the movie with Rathna Kumar and Pon Parthibhan, additionally is aware of by coronary heart the perfect strikes of Vijay. And he has equipped a beneficiant quantity of moments that may meet the approval of hardcore Vijay followers. There are even moments that act as a throwback to Vijay’s earlier films. For instance, the kabaddi scene in jail hat-tips Vijay’s Ghilli. Within the strategy of doing this, Lokesh loses his aggressive edge.”