Celebrating his 43rd birthday on Tuesday, actor Suriya said he plans to renovate and maintain toilets in 400 government-run schools across the state. This social cause will be executed by his team at Agaram Foundation.
The actor who is well-known for his philanthropic ways has been active in advocating educational rights for the underprivileged. His Agaram Foundation that was established in 2006 has been helping hundreds of youngsters realise their dreams.
The actor also tweeted from his official handle to thank his fans who celebrated his birthday with welfare activities,
Heartfelt thanks for all the love and blessings!! pic.twitter.com/IDhGm0JwkMâ€” Suriya Sivakumar (@Suriya_offl) July 24, 2018
The foundation has been steadfast in its goal of providing quality education for deserving individuals, unmindful of their socio-economic status. In June 2014, 225 students supported by Agaramâ€™s â€˜Vidhaiâ€™ for college education completed their courses and graduated.
On his work front, Suriya has been busy shooting for Selvaraghavanâ€™s upcoming NGK alongside Sai Pallavi and Rakul Preet Singh. The filmâ€™s second look was released to coincide with the actorâ€™s birthday.
A political drama, the film is being bankrolled by SR Prakashbabu and SR Prabhu under the banner Dream Warrior Pictures. Reliance Entertainment has bagged the distribution rights of the film. The first poster of NGK was released on March 5 this year.
This Suriya starrer is set for a release this Diwali and is likely to hit theatres on November 11.
After NGK, the actor will be moving on to a KV Anand directorial that also has Mohanlal and Arya in pivotal roles. Sayyeshaa will be playing Suriyaâ€™s lead role in the film.
The star has already seen two film release this year, the superhit Thaana Serntha Kootam, in which he played the lead, and a brief cameo in his brother Karthi's Kadai Kutty Singam, which he had produced under his own banner 2D Entertainment.