South star Suriya says the heroes of the sacred Indian film may be bigger than life, but they may be related to connect emotionally with the audience. The Tamil actor, whose filmgraphy gives some names to commercial success – Kakha Kakha, Ghajini and Singam trilogy – says he is always keen to tell a story that is as close to real life as possible even on the scale of the film. It demands to be over-the-top.
“There are always some scenes, emotions and dialogues that attract everyone in the theater. We always try to tell life in cinema. We try to make the possibilities closer to reality,” the actor said in a zoom interview.
“Even though things are bigger than the aspect of life and entertainment, the thing that connects you to the original is real life emotions. Heroes can be bigger than life, but when you make it believable and stimulate reality, you get connection and love from the fans. “
Girini, the smuggler in Ayan and the aggressive cop in the Singam series, has played memorable fictional characters with a huge fan base. .
The actor said that setting a good example is his motto and his latest release on Thursday is a step in the same direction as Saurai Potru, which premiered on Amazon Prime Video. The film is a fictional version of the book Simply Fly, written on the life of Captain GR Gopinath, the founder of Air Deccan.
Suriya said the film gave her the opportunity to play the role of a real life hero, which she enjoyed as an actor. “I really like these films on real life heroes from ‘Manzi’ to ‘Merry Com’. I have never been a part of such a story in the past. This was the first film that definitely attracted me. It was an honor to struggle through all the obstacles to achieve the dream, which changed the way the common man travels. “
Surya has also produced Surray Potru through his banner 2D Entertainment, with Gunit Munga co-producing Sikia Entertainment. The actor said that his passion and vision for the story led director Sudha Kongara to set him up as a producer and mount the movie as a Pan-India project.
“She was really passionate about the subject. It was the story of a real life hero who changed things in India. It gave me a new world as an actor. At the same time, today’s stories are not bound by regional boundaries. India will appeal.
“The film was slated to release in May this year, but post-production was delayed due to a coronavirus epidemic, which led to significant delays in release and forced the team to choose a digital premiere.” Due to the delay in getting (NOC) the movie will come at a later date, this was the first time for us to go to these offices fees, so it took some time to release.
Suriya said the film was made for theatrical experience, though moving to Amazon was not a taxing process as he was aware of the reach of the platform following the release of his production venture Ponmagal Vandhal, which included his wife, actor Jyotika.
“We had earlier experienced it with Jyotika’s film, which was the first Tamil film to be released on Amazon. Of course, the feeling of watching a film showing the audience in the cinema is immature. But the way people reacted to the film was beautiful.” I do not know what to do. “
He believes that digital media has changed the definition of success in cinema. “I have always believed that the success of a movie should not be calculated on the basis of the collection, but on the content and the impact it has. Yardstick should have the experience that gives the film and not make money. There is a digital space that is given.”
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