Suriya on RGV

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If there is anyone that has caught the attention from the Rakht Charitra movies besides its leading man, Vivek Oberoi, it’s south sensation Suriya Sivakumar.

The actor, who is known for his charm and is a fan favorite in the South, will be seen in a more intense role for his debut in Hindi films. A role based on Maddelacheruvu Suri, he plays Suryanarayana Reddy, nemesis of Pratap Reddy, played by Vivek Oberoi. Rakht Charitra-2 focuses more on the story of Suriya’s character and his desire for revenge. However, it seems this is a stretch because in real life the actor is hardly ever in a bad mood let alone vengeful. The soft spoken actor recently attended the audio release for Rakta Charitra 2 in Hyderabad and he shared his thoughts on the role and working with RGV. “I was in talks with RGV in finalizing a script from 5 years and finally I’m happy with this Suri’s role. Varma handled the script very cleverly knowing the AP’s politics. The film will not hurt anyone’s feelings and it is one of the best films of my career.”

After initial hesitation, it is now known that the actor will not be using a dubbing artist for the Hindi version. So along with his acting, that RGV described as “intense to point of spitting fire through his eyes”, we’ll be hearing him utter the words of revenge too.

Rakta Charitra-2 hits theaters on December 3rd, Part 1 released earlier this year in October.

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