The incident happened when the star was at a theatre in Rajamundhry to promote his recently released film Gang.

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Flix Entertainment Wednesday, January 17, 2018 - 16:05

It is well-known that Tamil star Suriya has a huge fan following in Andhra and Telangana regions as well. So, when the star was at a theatre in Rajamundhry to promote his recently released film Gang, which is the Telugu dubbed version of the Tamil movie Thaana Serntha Kootam, he literally had to evade his fans by scaling a closed gate to get into his car outside.

Suriya interacted with the fans present at the theatre but at one point it became unmanageable with fans crowding him to get their selfies clicked. When the star and his managers realized that it would go beyond their control, they decided to make it to a closed gate and jump off the other side where his car was waiting. Images of Suriya scaling the closed gate and jumping off have gone viral on the internet. Well, it shows that fan frenzy can get bizarre at times and the stars have to resort to such stunts in real life.

Thaana Serntha Kootam / Gang, a heist thriller has been directed by Vignesh ShivN of Poda Podi and Naanum Rowdy Thaan fame.

The film has Suriya and Keerthy Suresh playing the lead pair with the yesteryear hero Karthik and Ramya Krishnan in pivotal roles. The rest of the star cast includes Senthil, Nandha, Nirosha, Anand Raj, Suresh Chandra Menon, Sivasankar, Sathyan, Vinodhini Vaidyanathan, RJ Balaji and Thambi Ramaiah.

Anirudh Ravichander scored music for this flick with Dinesh Krishnan cranking the camera and A Sreekar Prasad editing it. KE Gnanavel Raja produced Thaana Serntha Kootam / Gang on a huge budget.

The film opened to positive reviews and is touted to be a box office success as far as collections are concerned. Continuing its excellent run in the film’s extended opening weekend, it has grossed over Rs 35 crore in the first four days at the worldwide box office and in Chennai alone, it has raked in over Rs 3.08 crore.

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