Today on 3 June 2022, Amazon Prime Video announced the global premiere of its Tamil original series, Suzhal – The Vortex, at the 22nd Edition of IIFA Weekend & Awards held in Abu Dhabi. The upcoming investigation thriller is created, written and directed by husband-wife filmmaking duo Pushkar-Gayathri, They are famously known for directing the 2017 neo-noir action thriller blockbuster film Vikram Vedha starring R. Madhavan and Vijay Sethupathi as Vikram and Vedha respectively. The new series features a stellar ensemble cast including Kathir, Aishwarya Rajesh, Sriya Reddy along with Radhakrishnan Parthiban in key roles. ;
Its 8 episodes will revolve around the investigation of a missing girl that wreaks havoc, disrupting the very fabric of a small town in South India. It will release in multiple Indian languages including Hindi, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and English, as well as foreign languages like French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Castilian Spanish, Latin Spanish, Arabic, and Turkish. The series will also be available with subtitles in a number of foreign languages including Chinese, Danish, Dutch, Greek, Korean, Russian, Swedish, Thai and Vietnamese. Prime members in India and across 240 countries and territories will be able to watch Suzhal – The Vortex from 17 June 2022 onwards.
The Twitter handle of Amazon Prime Video India shared the motion poster of the upcoming series with a caption that read, "all our secrets dark and deep are now yours to keep🥀 #SuzhalOnPrime, new series, June 17. @pushkargayatri @am_kathir @aishu_dil @sriyareddy @rparthiepan @wallwatcherfilm"
Along with Suzhal- The Vortex, Prime Video also announced one more project with filmmaker duo Pushkar and Gayathri and that is another Tamil web series Vadhandhi in which the duo is the creative producer. The duo is also directing the Hindi remake of Vikram Vedha, which is all set for theater release in September 2022. Bollywood actors Saif Ali Khan and Hrithik Roshan are reprising the roles of Madhavan's Vikram and Sethupathy's Vedha respectively.