The film marks the third time collaboration of Anand and Suriya after 'Ayan' and 'Maattrraan'.

First schedule of Suriya-KV Anand film wrapped upDigital Native
Flix Kollywood Sunday, July 15, 2018 - 15:07

Suriya and director KV Anand are once again collaborating for a yet-untitled action-thriller, currently dubbed as Suriya 37. The project officially went on the floors on June 25 in London.

Sources told TNM, that the crew has wrapped up the first scheduled which commenced in London and returned back to India. Meanwhile, the actor will take a brief break and resume shooting for Selvaraghavan's NGK which is on the verge of completion.

The film, which marks the third time collaboration of Anand and Suriya after Ayan and Maattrraan, will be bankrolled by Lyca Productions and is touted to be the costliest project in actor Suriya’s career. Sayyeshaa has been signed as the leading lady.

It is already known that the film stars Mohanlal, Boman Irani, Allu Sirish and Samuthirakani in pivotal roles, and recently it was announced that Arya is also part of the project. It was reported that Arya has been roped in to play the antagonist while sources clarified that he will play another lead in the movie.

The film marks the comeback of Mohanlal in Tamil cinema after Vijay starrer Jilla, which released in 2014. This film will also launch Munnabhai MBBS actor Boman Irani in Tamil and will be Sirish’s second straight film in Tamil after his debut film Gouravam.

The project will be shot in nearly ten countries and the crew has already zeroed in on some picturesque locations in New York, Brazil, England, Hyderabad and New Delhi. While a very important portion of the movie will be shot in Delhi

Best known for his writing collaboration with SuBa in his films so far, Anand for the first time will be working with novelist Pattukotai Prabhakar on the film’s script and screenplay and Anand clarified the film is not based on one of the novels of Prabhakar. Composer Harris Jayaraj will be composing for this film and Anthony is in charge of editing. The film is likely to released early next year.

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