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Suriya’s bilingual with Trivikram will roll from July 2016

Suriya's much anticipated Telugu-Tamil bilingual film with filmmaker Trivikram will go on the floors in July next year.

By: IANS | Chennai |
December 15, 2015 1:58:49 pm
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Actor Suriya’s much anticipated Telugu-Tamil bilingual film with filmmaker Trivikram will go on the floors in July next year.

This project will mark Suriya’s debut in Telugu filmdom.

“The principal shooting will begin from July next year. The film will be shot simultaneously in Telugu and Tamil,” a source close to Trivikram told IANS.

To be produced by S. Radha Krishna under the Haarika & Hassine Creations banner, the film will reportedly feature two heroines.

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“The rest of the cast is yet to be finalized,” the source said.

Trivikram and Radha Krishna are teaming up for the fourth time after delivering blockbusters such as “Julayi” and “S/O Satyamurty”. The third film in their combination is titled “A…Aa” and is currently on floors.

Suriya, meanwhile, is gearing up to start shooting for Tamil actioner “Singam 3”, which will go on floors early next year.

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