Versatile hero Suriya is a busy man, as even post the average result of his Pongal release Thaanaa Serndha Koottam, the hero is busy with multiple projects in his kitty, and is shuttling places to get ready with entertaining projects to treat his die-hard fans.
The actor has completed 90 percent of shooting for Selvaraghavan directorial political entertainer NGK costarring Sai Pallavi and Rakul Preet Singh and has now been occupied with Suriya 37 directed by KV Anand, who had earlier given Ayan and Maatrraan with Suriya.
As Suriya will do another movie with Sudha Kongara, it has been announced that Suriya's 39th movie will be directed by the commercial king, the maker of pacy movies like Vel, Aaru, Singam series, and this movie will be funded by Sun pictures. The movie will be a family entertainer on the lines of Vel.
Trisha flaunts her hot Fleshy Waist Curves at the Shooting Spot - 14 Hot Photos Inside South Indian slender babe Trisha, known for ruling south film industry for the past 15 years, has starred with almost every big south actor in Tamil and Telugu including the likes of Ajith, Vijay, Suriya, Vikram, Mahesh Babu, Chiranjeevi, Pawan Kalyan, Balakrishna, Jr NTR, and has scored numerous Blockbusters like Mankatha, Athadu, Saamy, Abhiyum Naanum, Vinnai Thandi Varuvaya to name a few.
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