Young hero Silmbarasan aka Simbu aka STR, had once been a promising star, who was supposed to be the next big thing after the likes of Ajith and Vijay, and was supposed to be the tough contest for Dhanush, However, they are things of the past, as he has been clearly overtaken by Vijay Sethupathi and Siva Karthikeyan, who is ahead of him by miles now.
His lack of punctuality and discipline on sets were always a concern for the producers and directors, and that was one of the major reasons behind the disastrous result of his last release, the dud Anbanavan Asarathavan Adangathavan AAA. However, the actor, who had gained huge weight has shed few kilos and is back.
The actor has now reportedly turned punctual, as said by his Chekka Chivantha Vaanam costar Arvind Swamy himself, and has also completed his part in the Maniratnam directorial sooner. Besides, his next movie has been touted to be produced by Vijaya productions which made Veeram, and his 35th movie will be his own directorial, followed by his 36th, the sequel to Vinnai Thaandi Varuvaaya by Gautham Menon, and his 37th in his Thotti Jaya producer Kalaipuli Thanu's production.
BIGG BOSS star gets inside 'Attarintiki Daredi' remake Mahath Raghavendra, who was introduced by the controversial hero of Kollywood, Simbu aka STR, had starred with him in few movies like Vallavan, Kaalai, Annbanavan Asarathavan Adangathavan to name a few, besides also acting alongside Thala Ajith in Mankatha.
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