Leading Tamil actor Suriya has been on the forefront of various charitable and welfare activities over the years and is also founder of the Agaram Foundation, which offers education to students. The popular actor-producer, who has also been outspoken about several socio-political issues, has now once again stepped to the front and met the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. K. Stalin on Monday to donate a huge sum for the betterment of tribal community students. Suriya along with the team of his upcoming film Jai Bhim, including his wife and co-producer on 2D Entertainment Jyotika, presented a cheque for Rs 1 crore in an effort to support the education of the Irular community students in the presence of Rtd Justice Chandru and members of the Pazhangudi Irula Trust. 

This latest step by Suriya and Jyotika has won hearts, with fans on social media complimenting them for their noble efforts, while also wishing them the best for their new film. Directed by Tha. Se .Gnanvel, Jai Bhim is coming out under Suriya's 2D Entertainment banner and has the actor playing the role of a lawyer. Scheduled for a premiere on Amazon Prime Video on November 2 ahead of Diwali, the story of the upcoming film is based on the 1993 legal battle led by senior advocate Chandru, who fought for the justice of an Irular tribe woman and the people from the oppressed castes who were framed for crimes they did not commit. Jai Bhim's star cast has Sillu Karupatti and Aelay fame Manikandan and Sivappu Manjal Pachai fame LijoMol Jose in the lead roles, with Prakash Raj, Rao Ramesh, Rajisha Vijayan, Manikandan, and others cast in pivotal roles. The film's music has been composed by Sean Roldan, with the technical team featuring names like director of photography SR Kadhir, editor Philominraj, and art director Kadhir.