Indrajith is an upcoming Tamil action-adventure film directed by Kalaprabhu and produced by his father Kalaipuli S. Thanu. The film features Gautham Karthik and Ashrita Shetty in the lead roles, while Sonarika Bhadoria, Sudanshu Pandey, Pratap Pothan, Ranjjan and Rajveer Singh among others play supporting roles.
The collaboration between actor and director was first reported in October 2013, with Kalaprabhu revealing that his second venture after Sakkarakatti (2008), would be an action adventure film produced by his father.
Gautham Karthik was signed to play the title role, while actresses Ashrita Shetty and Sonarika Bhadoria were selected to play female leading roles. Shankar–Ehsaan–Loy were initially announced as the film's music composers, but delays later meant that newcomer KP was selected to compose the film's soundtrack and score.
A first look poster for the film was revealed in January 2014, stating that production was in progress. The team announced that schedules were set to take place in Chennai, Arunachal Pradeshand then Goa, while also revealing that the title was reference to the character Indrajith from the Indian epic Ramayana.
It was later revealed that the film would be along the lines of the Indiana Jones films, with Gautham Karthik and Sonarika featuring in a group of fortune seekers, also including Sudanshu Pandey and theatre actor Amit.
The team began filming in early 2014, with shoots conducted in Chennai and Pondicherry. A further twelve day shoot schedule in Goa during July 2014, with Sachin Khedekar joining the cast to portray a professor. After a long schedule break, the team reconvened in April 2015 to complete the rest of the shoot. Sports person turned actor Rajveer Singh is essaying the role of antagonist.
The film's teaser trailer was released during April 2016 and was attached to screenings featuring Thanu's other production, Theri (2016). In an interview in May 2016, Gautham Karthik revealed that the film was completed and confirmed the release date 24th Nov 2017. Currently movie hits the screen.