Allu Sirish forms part of Mohanlal – Suriya project

When director KV Anand announced his next project, it brought much cheers to Mollywood and Kollywood. The multi starrer project would be featuring two huge stars – Mohanlal and Suriya – marking the stars’ first collaboration. It seems like the project is getting bigger by the passage of each day. The latest reports suggest that the movie will have a young hero from Tollywood. Allu Sirish has joined the star cast of this KV Anand directorial, bringing cheers to the film buffs in Andhra Pradesh as well. Announced by the producers of the project, ‘Lyca Productions’, this younger brother of Allu Arjun would be doing a full length appearance in this multi starrer flick.

The movie will also mark the return of Allu Sirish to Kollywood. After making his debut in the 2013 project ‘Gouravam’, the star has not made much an appearance in Tamil films. KV Anand is busy scripting for the project along with Pattukottain Prabhakar, while the director’s team is reportedly in search of an ideal location to shoot the project. Believed to be an action entertainer, this yet to be titled project has already brought some prominent names in the camp. Harris Jayaraj will be composing music for this KV Anand project, while Gavemic U Ary has been given charge of the cinematographic department. Backed by some grand production values, the project is sure to make a roaring performance upon release.

While Suriya and Mohanlal are teaming up for the first time, Allu Sirish however has already shared the screen space with Mohanlal in the movie ‘1971: Beyond Borders’. The war drama released in 2017, was directed by Major Ravi. Since the past outings of KV Anand and Suriya have produced some stellar action sequences, it is sure that this movie too will bank on many such sequences. It would be interesting to watch three stars belonging to three different generations from three different industries, showcasing their prowess with action sequences.

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