Anand took to twitter to share the news that Sayyeshaa has been signed as the leading lady. 

Sayyeshaa pairs up with Suriya in KV Anands film Suriya 37Digital Native
Flix Entertainment Sunday, June 24, 2018 - 00:04

After working with Karthi in Kadai Kutty Singam, actor Sayyeshaa has been paired with Suriya in the upcoming yet-untitled KV Anand film, currently dubbed as Suriya 37. Anand took to twitter to share the news that Sayyeshaa has been signed as the leading lady. A thrilled Sayyeshaa wrote on her Twitter page: “Very happy to announce my next film opposite the dynamite Suriya sir and being directed by the brilliant KV Anand sir. It’s an honour to be able to share screen space with Mohanlal sir.” 

On Friday, the makers also announced that actors Boman Irani and Samuthirakani have been roped in for pivotal roles in the film, which marks the third reunion of Suriya and Anand. It’s worth mentioning that the film will launch Munnabhai MBBS actor Boman Irani in Tamil. Last month, the makers confirmed signing Malayalam superstar Mohanlal and Telugu actor Allu Sirish for crucial roles in the project. 

The film, which will start rolling from June 23 in London, will be shot in nearly 10 countries. According to sources, the crew has already zeroed in on some picturesque locations in New York, Brazil, England, Hyderabad and New Delhi. The film, bankrolled by Lyca Productions, is touted to be the costliest project in actor Suriya’s career. 

Sayyeshaa made her debut in Tamil with Jayam Ravi's Vanamagan which released last year, Now the young actor has a slew of films in her kitty. The first is rural-drama Kadaikutty Singam opposite Karthi and directed by Pandiraj. The audio launch of the film took place recently and the film is slated to release next month. Next is Ghajinikanth with Arya, which is touted to be a complete entertainer. The third film is Junga with Vijay Sethupathy -  which is a rom-com where she plays a modern, rich girl. The film, which has been predominantly shot in France, features actor Vijay Sethupathi as a comical don.

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