Director Hari who is busy with yet-to-be-released Vishal’s Poojai promotions met the press today in Chennai.
Speaking at the Poojai press meet, Hari said “I’ve narrated two different scripts to Suriya and I’m not sure whether our next film will be Singam 3 or a new one.”
After blockbusters Singam and Singam 2, the third outing in Suriya and Hari combo has sky rocketing expectations among viewers and trade.
Presently, Suriya is shooting for Venkat Prabhu directing Masss and will join Vikram K Kumar of Yavarum Nalam fame after this.
Though Hari is ready with the script, his next movie with Suriya will take time to go on sets.
Meanwhile, Hari’s Poojai is slated for October 22 release worldwide. Shruti Haasan is the female lead. Yuvan Shankar Raja is the music director.
Suriya and director Hari, who has earlier delivered hit films such as Aaru, Vel, Singam and Singam 2 is said to be joining hands for the fifth time.
Suriya, who is currently shooting for Lingusamy directing Anjaan in which he is pairing opposite Samantha, will be joining Venkat Prabhu after Anjaan. If sources are to be believed Suriya-Hari’s next film will kick start after Hari wraps his Poojai with Vishal and Shruti Haasan in lead roles.
Suriya will be producing his untitled film in Hari’s direction on his 2D Entertainments banner. However, an official announcement regarding this yet-to-be-titled film is expected sometime soon.
Meanwhile, Suriya’s Anjaan is aiming for August 15th release.
Suriya-starrer Tamil action-drama “Singam 2” has been cleared with a U certificate with no cuts by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC). The film releases worldwide July 5.
“Singam 2” is the sequel to highly successful “Singam”.
It will release in 2,400 theaters, Prince Pictures, the producers, announced in a statement Thursday.
Also starring Anushka Shetty, Hansika Motwani, Vivek and Santhanam in important roles, “Singam 2” is directed by Hari Gopalakrishnan, who had previously helmed the first movie.
Suriya returns in the role of a righteous young cop in the sequel and he will lock horns with an international villain, played by Hollywood actor Danny Sapani, who is known for films such as “Oxford Murders” and “Trance”.
The trailer launch of Suriya and Anushka starrer ‘Singam’ has been done at Prasad Labs in Hyderabad.The film is the sequel of Suriya’s superhit film ‘Yamudu’. Hansikha is playing a key role, and Anjali is playing an item number in it.
S.Lakshman Kumar is producing this movie under Prince pictures banner.
The producer said that it is his first film and they are planning to release the movie on June 28th, releasing the audio on 14th.
Anushka says, ” All the films I’ve done in Studio Green banner are big hits and I am very happy at working again in this banner. I have acted with Suriya in Yamudu and it is a big hit. It is a joy to pair up with him once again for it’s sequel. This is a very gripping subject and it will be a bit higher than Yamudu regarding entertainment”.
Suriya says, ” I feel like coming to my own home whenever I come to Hyderabad. I am very thankful to Telugu people, who are receiving every film of mine very well. My market value has increased with Yamudu and it’s sequel ‘Singam’ will be a bit higher in technical aspect and entertainment. This is a film which shows the value of relationships, social responsibility and I have done a very challenging cop’s role. Devi Sri Prasad has given an outstanding music score, and the audio is a big hit in Tamil. I hope this film will become a huge hit here”.
Tamil actor Surya is gearing up for his much awaited sequel ‘Singam 2’. The film will star Anushka Shetty in the lead.
Recently, the trailer of the film starrer ‘Singam 2’ was released and has gathered a huge response from the audience.
Tamil film ‘Singham’ was released in Telugu as ‘Yamudu’. But, the makers have decided to title the second instalment of the franchise ‘Singam 2’ as ‘Singam’ in Telugu.
Bollywood is watching Suriya very closely it seems. His Ghajini was remade in Hindi with Aamir Khan and Asin and had record collections at the box office besides making a big star out of Asin. Aamir was full of praise for Suriya’s performance and his words influenced other leading stars to keep an eye on the wealth of talent that is Suriya.
Not surprisingly, shortly after that Ajay Devgn took a leaf out of Aamir’s book and chose to hop on the remake bandwagon. The result was that Suriya’s film with Hari, Singam was made in Hindi as Singham with Ajay and Kajal Agarwal. This film repeated the success of its predecessor and has become a milestone in Ajay Devgn’s career. The film has also given a big boost to Kajal Agarwal’s Bollywood aspirations. Anushka, who was originally asked to reprise her role, said she regretted not doing it and is waiting for her big break in Bollywood.
John Abraham is the next in line to use a Suriya film to revive his prospects in Bollywood. After delivering a few films that met with a lukewarm response from the audience, he took a break from films and was mainly in the news for his breakup with Bipasha Basu. John is dying for a hit and he has chosen Kaaka Kaaka remake as his comeback film. Genelia is his heroine and the film is called Force. Kaaka Kaaka is considered by many to be one of Suriya’s finest films and the makers of the film in Hindi are upbeat about its prospects of striking gold at the box office.
Suriya caught maverick filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma’s eye and the director gave him a meaty role in his Raktha Charithra. The critics and fans loved Suriya in the film. Having had a taste of him, Bollywood is hankering for more but Suriya politely declined and made it clear that Tamil cinema is where his heart is. We are thrilled with his decision, after all who can get enough of Singam Suriya?
After taking audiences on a laughter ride with the hit series ‘Golmaal’, director Rohit Shetty is returning to action-thriller with the Hindi remake of Tamil blockbuster hit ‘Singam’.The Suriya-starrer’s Hindi version too is named ‘Singham’ and has Ajay Devgn as a police officer along with southern star Kajal Aggarwal. The film will have Maharashtra as its backdrop.
The director has teamed up with composers Ajay-Atul, a regular in Marathi films. ‘Singham’ will hit the screens on July 22.