Chiyaan Vikram, as he is fondly called, is back as the foul-mouthed Aarusaamy in Saamy Square and this time it has more action and is bigger. Directed by Hari, Saamy Square is the sequel to the 2003 release Saamy which had Vikram playing a cop who acts more like a villain than a hero, yet does good to the society. And Saamy Square too seems to have a similar flavour theme but presented in a different and contemporary style. Keerthy Suresh will be seen playing the leading lady in the film and this is her first time with Chiyaan. Saamy Square is releases worldwide tomorrow and fans of Vikram are quite excited about the film. We give you five reasons why this cop-story needs to be watched right on first day...
Vikram as Aarusaamy
This role probably is one of the career-defining ones in Vikram’s career that put him in the top league in Tamil. Not many heroes had taken the risk of being abusive and foul-mouthed on screen and yet pulling off a cop role with such dynamism. Fans will be quite kicked now since he returns in a different era.
Known for churning out high action films like Saamy and the Singam franchise, Hari is one of the main reasons why the film will have a lot of expectations. Most of Hari’s films have been cop based and have turned out to be hits.
Post the success of Mahanati, Keerthy Suresh has been choosing films carefully. And doing a film like Saamy Square which will have Vikram stealing the show in central character is a brave call by Keerthy. Her presence on screen would be one of the reasons why the audience would want to watch it on first day.
Devi Sri Prasad
He is one of the few composers who have ruled South cinema for close to two decades now. The music album of Saamy Square has already received a great response and expectations on the background score will be quite high.
Saamy Square also stars Aishwarya Rajesh in a role which was supposed to be played by Trisha Krishnan. Trisha opted out of the film and the makers brought the young actress onboard. Aishwarya Rajesh is the most sought after actress in Tamil now after she bagged a role in Mani Ratnam directorial Chekka Chivantha Vaanam.
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