Suriya starrer Soorarai Pottru's next schedule to begin next week at Hyderabad!
Here's an update on Suriya's Soorarai Pottru.
Initially, it opened to mixed reviews, however, it seems that Suriya's NGK is going steady at the Box Office. Like most of director Selvaraghavan's earlier films, NGK is also becoming a late bloomer among the audiences. The movie hit the big screens on May 31st amidst a lot of expectations. Suriya's fans had last seen him in Thaana Serntha Koottam and his first-time collaboration with maverick filmmaker Selvaraghavan created quite the buzz! Suriya has already moved on to his next project and has also completed shooting for two schedules of it! This movie, titled Soorarai Pottru, is being directed by Sudha Kongara, who made her directorial debut with the blockbuster hit Irudhi Suttru!
It was recently announced that the second schedule of this movie was wrapped up in Raigarh, in Chandigarh. We now have an update on the third schedule! A source close to the Soorarai Pottru unit says, "We are planning to begin the third schedule of the movie in Hyderabad. The shooting will commence sometime next week." This movie has Aparna Balamurali as the female lead and will have GV Prakash's music with Niketh Bommi's cinematography and Sathish Surya's editing. Bankrolled jointly by Suriya's 2D Entertainment and award-winning Guneet Monga's Sikhya Entertainment. It was also recently announced that Hollywood stunt choreographer Greg Powell had joined the Soorarai Pottru team and that he would be handling the stunt coordination for this movie too!
Greg Powell has worked in a number of action-packed Hollywood movies like Fast & Furious 6, Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows Part 1 & 2, James Bond's Skyfall and the Bourne Ultimatum. Though he has also worked in other languages Indian movies like Holiday, Prem Ratan Dhan Payo and the upcoming Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy, this would be his first ever Tamil movie. Soorarai Pottru is said to be a cinematic take on the life of Captain GR Gopinath, who founded Air Deccan to help make air travel affordable to the common man.Read More