Following the success of Monster, SJ Suryah has teamed up with filmmaker Radha Mohan for the first time. The film is set to roll on October 9 and will hit the screens on February 14, 2020, for Valentine's day. The film was officially launched in a customary ceremony recently which was attended by director Selvaraghavan and the crew of the film.
It is said the film will have Suryah in a never seen before character. Bankrolled by Angel Studios LLP, Yuvan Shankar Raja has been roped in for music and Richard M Nathan cranks the camera.
Happy to announce my Next project with Dir @Radhamohan_Dir , under Angel Studios MH LLP....An Unusual Musical romantic thriller ... Extremely elated to have the Young Maestro @thisisysr on board@Richardmnathan and Art by @KKadhirr_artdir ...2020 feb 14th release pic.twitter.com/oSmMxBwQmc— S J Suryah (@iam_SJSuryah) September 13, 2019
Suryah was last seen in Monster directed by Nelson Venkatesan, who made an impressive directorial debut with Oru Naal Koothu. It was rumored that after winning accolades playing the villain in Spyder and Mersal, SJ Suryah will feature as the antagonist in Ajith's next tentatively titled Thala 60 which is being helmed by H Vinoth.
In a recent media interaction, Suryah said he will concentrate on acting going forward after the grand reception for his latest film Monster. He also said that he will be very choosy about playing a negative role as he has earned a new set of audience with Monster.
SJ Suryah is currently working with Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan for a bilingual the movie titled Uyarndha Manithan which is made in Tamil as well as Hindi. The film is being directed by Thamizhvannan of Kalvanin Kadhali fame and itâ€™s first look poster was unveiled by the Superstar Rajinikanth.
The actor also awaits the release of Selvaraghavanâ€™s horror thriller Nenjam Marappathillai that has been struggling to find a release for over a year. Originally scheduled to release on December 2016, the film has been delayed for reasons yet unknown and this has disappointed many who have been looking forward to its release.
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