Filmmaker-turned-actor SJ Suryah is currently attached to several big films ahead after his phenomenal performance in Sivakarthikeyan's Don earlier this year. Having delighted audiences with his performances on the big screen over the last few years, it has been some time since the Maanaadu star helmed a film and it looks like he is set to return to the director's chair once again. According to the latest reports, it is being stated that SJ Suryah will be directing a film titled Killer, which will be made as a pan-Indian venture and is set to be his next big directorial after his Isai released nearly seven years back in 2015. 

Apart from directing Killer, SJ Suryah will also be producing the film in a grand manner, with shooting planned to kick off sometime in early 2023. The film will also reportedly include artists from multiple languages in the star cast and is set to be made in Tamil and Hindi. Furthermore, it is being stated that SJ Suryah is importing a special car from Germany for Killer since it is going to be a major plot point and the director-actor is leaving no stone unturned in wanting to get the nuances right for the film's story. One interesting aspect about the car in Killer that has been revealed now to our sources is that its registration number will be 100 - the same as the vehicle plate in the blockbuster 'Thalapathy' Vijay and Jyotika-starrer Kushi, which too was directed by SJ Suryah. With this latest revelation, the big question that has surfaced now is who will be playing the female lead in the upcoming film, which will no doubt leave many intrigued. 

This brand new exciting development regarding SJ Suryah returning to direction with Killer will indeed leave many waiting with expectations considering he garnered a huge fan following directing blockbusters like Vaali with Ajith Kumar, Kushi with 'Thalapathy' Vijay, followed by New, Anbe Aaruyire, and Isai, which saw him appear in the lead role. As for his film lineup, SJ Suryah will next be seen in the much-awaited Bommai opposite his Monster co-star Priya Bhavani Shankar under Radha Mohan's direction, followed by Vishal's Mark Antony being directed by Adhik Ravichandran, and the highly-anticipated tentatively titled Tamil-Telugu bilingual RC15 alongside Ram Charan under Shankar's direction.