The end of Tamil cinema trike has brought joy to many filmmakers who have been waiting eagerly to resume the shootings of their respective films. Vijay’s next with A.R.Murugadoss, Chiyaan Vikram’s Dhruva Natchthiram, Ajith’s Viswasam and Suriya’s NGK have all been on hold due to the strike and looks like the good beginnings for all these films are just around corner. In an exciting development, the shooting of NGK starring Suryia Sivakumar began today and actor Rakul Preet joined the shooting sets in Chennai. Rakul seemed quite kicked about the shooting and took to Twitter to express her joy. “And !!! Tadaaaaaaa Day 1 #NGK @Suriya_offl @selvaraghavan ❤ #letsdothis ” wrote Rakul on her Twitter page expressing her excitement on joining the shooting of NGK.
— Rakul Preet (@Rakulpreet) April 21, 2018
Directed by Selvaraghavan, NGK will have Suriya playing a rebellious role as indicated in the first look and title poster of the film. Suriya’s look in the poster hints that the actor could be playing a rebelistic character, either a singer or a poet. The folded fists in the poster also indicate that the film could be an intense drama, Ala Selvaraghavan style. The makers have roped in Sai Pallavi and Rakul Preet as the leading ladies in NGK and it is yet to be revealed what genre the film would be of , however fans are expecting the film to be an intense one. NGK is being produced by S.R.Prabhu under the banner Dream Warrior Films and will be their maiden production with Suriya in the lead role.
Dear all! Need your love for #NGK
Director @Selvaraghavan !! A very Happy birthday!!#NGKdiwali2018 #Suriya36@Sai_Pallavi92 @Rakulpreet @thisisysr @prabhu_sr @RelianceEnt @DreamWarriorPic pic.twitter.com/uVb42EJOgb
— Suriya Sivakumar (@Suriya_offl) March 5, 2018
Speaking about NGK, director Selvaraghavan had recently said, “With Suriya sir, just like I am a fan of Kamal sir and Rajini sir, the little fanboy in me would create moments that his fans would enjoy. This does not mean my style would go but it just means that, there would be some space for the fanboy to extract the kind of Suriya that this fanboy likes to see on screen.”