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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.
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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.

The crew is currently shooting in Noida, where the makers have erected a big set in front of a famous auditorium. According to sources from the film's camp, this particular schedule of the film will extend until the 10th of October, post which they will be taking a short break.

It is already known that the film stars Mohanlal, Boman Irani and Samuthirakani in pivotal roles. Sayyeshaa has been signed as the leading lady. Recently, a confusion emerged that Allu Sirish has opted out of the project and that Arya was brought in as his replacement.

Clearing the confusion Sirish took to Twitter to confirm his exit from the project as the dates required for the film was clashing with his other film ABCD. The shoot dates could not be rescheduled because of the logistics involved.

The film marks the comeback of Mohanlal in Tamil cinema after Vijay-starrer Jilla, which released in 2014. It’s worth mentioning that the film will launch Munnabhai MBBS actor Boman Irani in Tamil.

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. A very important portion of the movie will be shot in Delhi.

Being bankrolled by Lyca Productions on a lavish budget, the film is touted to be the costliest project in Suriya’s career.

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 handling the music department and Anthony in charge of editing. The film is likely to released in the first half of next year.

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