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Yesterday (August 29, 2018), SJ Suryah had sent out a tweet which suggested that a big announcement is on the way within the next 24 hours. As promised, the actor-director has come up with a big announcement, which is sure to thrill one and all.
The announcement is regarding the next acting venture of SJ Suryah, which has been titled as Uyarndha Manidhan. This upcoming film is a Tamil/Hindi bilingual and more importantly, the film will mark the big debut of Amitabh Bachchan in Kollywood.
SJ Suryah took to his Twitter account to make an official announcement regarding the same. SJ Surya and the makers of the film had recently met superstar Rajinikanth and it was superstar who unveiled the poster of the movie. The video of the same has been send out through the twitter account of SJ Suryah. The sample poster of the movie features Amitabh Bachchan and SJ Suryah in it.
Take a look at the tweet send out by SJ Suryah..
Feeling blessed my hindi debut is with the ever green Indian super star @SrBachchan ... thx to God and UYARNDHA MANIDHAN ( tamil/ hindi ) bilingual 😍😍😍🙏🙏🙏.... thx to our super star @rajinikanth blessing us with this welcoming video .... yepdi news chumma adirudulla 😉🤗 pic.twitter.com/SKKQAMBKJp— S J Suryah (@iam_SJSuryah) August 30, 2018
Uyarndha Manindhan will be directed by Film-maker Tha Tamilvannan. The film has its script penned by the director himself. At the same time, this Hindi version of this movie will mark the big debut of SJ Suryah in Bollywood as an actor. Earlier, SJ Suryah had directed the Hindi version of Khushi, which had hit the theatres in the year 2003.