On Wednesday (June 29), Suriya became the first ever South Indian actor to be invited by the Oscars to join their prestigious committee and the development instantly garnered wide attention on social media. Wishes poured in from all quarters for Suriya and it was indeed a super proud moment for Tamil cinema. Suriya accepted the invite of the Oscars and assured that he would work more hard to deliver more quality products in the coming years to make the fans proud. "Thank you @TheAcademy for the invitation, which I humbly accept. My heartfelt thanks to all those who wished me, will always strive to make you all proud!! 🙏🏽".
Heaping praise on this International honour, Ulaga Nayagan Kamal Haasan had some of the nicest words to say to Suriya and his tweet has gone viral among the fans. Talking about it, Kamal Haasan tweeted, "Glad my brother @Suriya_offl treads the ground of stars. In spite of gravity, which makes wings weak. We created angels and stars. Hence be proud brother to join the crowd of excellence". This tweet from Kamal Haasan has made the fans delighted and happy. Kamal Haasan and Suriya have always shared a healthy rapport and the duo acted together for the first time in the recent Kamal Haasan blockbuster Vikram, directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj.
Suriya played a special cameo, as the evil Rolex and his performance turned out to be a rage among the masses. His performance was widely enjoyed by the audiences and as a mark of the celebration, Kamal Haasan gifted him a Rolex watch. Suriya, on the acting front, is currently busy working on Suriya 41, which is directed by acclaimed filmmaker Bala. Produced by 2D Entertainment, the film has Krithi Shetty playing the female lead and has music composed by GV Prakash Kumar. Suriya is also gearing up to begin shooting for Vaadivaasal with Vetri Maaran.
Glad my brother @Suriya_offl treads the ground of stars. In spite of gravity, which makes wings weak. We created angels and stars. Hence be proud brother to join the crowd of excellence.— Kamal Haasan (@ikamalhaasan) June 29, 2022
29/06/2022 09:05 PM