A fake letter in the name of Tamil actor-producer Suriya is doing the rounds on social media stating that he and his Agaram Foundation are extending their support and appreciation to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and DMK President MK Stalin for playing an instrumental role in the movement of bringing into effect the 27 percent quota for OBCs for the economically weaker sections (EWS) last year. The fake letter further states that 4,000 students in Tamil Nadu from the EWS will be benefited from this landmark decision, including 800 students belonging to the Kongu belt who will be getting an opportunity to pursue medical studies. 

Suriya has often taken a neutral stance in politics and these recent statements in the fake letter seemingly look to have been written with the intention of stirring up controversy. The actor's quick response will put a stop to any unnecessary conflicts that could arise and he needs to be commended for it. Addressing the statements, Rajsekar Pandian, Co-Producer 2D Entertainment Pvt Ltd, took to social media on Saturday afternoon and issued a clarification. He tweeted, "A fake letter in the name of @Suriya_offl dated 08-01-2022 is being circulated in social media, kindly ignore. Necessary legal action is being taken. #FakeLetter". Below is his tweet: 

On the work front, Suriya will be next seen on the big screen in the Sun Pictures' rural family action entertainer Etharkkum Thunindhavan, which has been announced for a February 4 release. He will also be joining hands with National Award-winning filmmaker Vetri Maaran for their Vaadivaasal under Kalaipuli S. Thanu's V Creations banner and will feature music by G. V. Prakash Kumar. Likewise, Suriya will be collaborating with director Bala once again after their Nanda and Pithamagan, with reports stating the actor will also likely work in a project with Siva of Viswasam and Annaatthe fame.