We have come up with our top 5 reasons why Suriya's sci-fi thriller 24, which releases in cinemas on May 6th, could be a massive box office success.
A movie based on the concept of time travel, 24 is directed by Vikram Kumar and is bankrolled by the star actor himself. It will release in Tamil and Telugu languages.
Good Sci-fi Movie Will Always Fascinate
Though the genre science-fiction is relatively new to Tamil audiences, movie buffs across the world have always shown interest towards a good sci-fi flick.
With movies like Enthiran and I doing well here in India, the makers of 24 will be hoping that they have produced a decent sci-fi thriller, which is sure to fascinate Tamil movie goers.
Suriya As A Villain For The First Time
Versatile actor Suriya will be seen playing a menacing villain for the first time in his acting career.
Known for his powerhouse performances, the star actor might attract audiences as he will be offering something new on the platter for the umpteenth time.
One Of Suriya's Biggest Releases
24 will hit more than a whopping 2000 screens all over the world. This is one of suriya's biggest releases ever. The logic here is pretty simple; more the screens more the collections.
Also, the film is set for a massive release in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Don't be surprised if 24 is treated as a straight Telugu release, given Suriya's popularity in these states.
Might Pull In Family Audiences
Not long ago, Suriya had revealed that 24 will be a family entertainer, on the lines of a Disney movie. Going by his statement, it is only fair to say that the film will pull in family audiences.
Also, director Vikram had said that complex theories like time traveling has been simplified using layman's terms so that even a 6-year-old would be able to understand the plot. This augurs well for the film's box office collections.
Music A Major Attraction
Admit it! Indian movies' success also depends upon music among other things. With two time Oscar-winning musician AR Rahman taking care of the film's musical department, needless to say 24 will attract audiences just for its music.