Director Hari of Singam-fame, who is making a sequel for the same with Suriya, will be working with Suriya's brother Karthi after he is done with this project.
Presently, Karthi is busy shooting for Briyani and All in all Alaghu Raja. Sources say that he will work with Hari after he is done with these two projects.
The director is apparently choosing the cast and crew and will announce the project soon.
Suriya is busy with Singam 2 and is pretty confident about the prospects of the movie directed by Hari. The actor said this was one of the better roles in his career, and also the best film in the action genre.
He is said to be pleased with the manner in which the movie has shaped up and is hopeful that the movie would click with the audiences just as Singam did some years ago.
Director Hari is known for his brisk ways and he has been on the fast track filming his Suriya-starrer Singam-2, which is a sequel to the hugely successful Singam.
After completing a schedule in South Africa, the Singam-2 team is set to tour Malaysia, where they plan to film the last schedule, followed by patch-up work.
Karthi’s Alex Pandian’s Telugu dubbed version Bad Boy will be released on March 22.
Hari is on the fast track with the Suriya-starrer Singam2, sequel to the super hit Singam that hit screens a few years ago. The film is in the final stages of shoot.
The cast and crew are planning to shoot the climax in Kenya and Tanzania soon.
Meanwhile, the latest news is that Suriya will be up against a Kenyan villain. Sources say Danny Sapani, who has featured in some Hollywood films in supporting roles and has done a few television serials, has been cast to play the role.
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Director Selvaraghavan is almost done with his pet project Irandam Ulagam but for one song and some patch work.
Meanwhile, the filmmaker himself appears to be keen to watch his venture on the big screen and wrote on Twitter, “Ok. Irandaam ulagam is not an easy film to make…Its the toughest script to be converted on celluloid .done my best.”
He further wrote, “This is the only script I personally wanted to see on the screen. Bcos so many people told me its impossible to convert.” He also said “my ideas were bigger than the budget.”
Selvaraghavan is not a man who conforms to norms. The maverick director has his own way of doing things and continues to do so with his ongoing project Irandam Ulagam.
The film has been shot for a while now including an extended shoot in Georgia. The Arya and Anushka starrer is said to be nearing completion.
Buzz is that the film-maker is headed for Rajamundhry in Andhra Pradesh along with his cast and crew in what could be the final phase of filming for Irandam Ulagam.