The motion poster of Suriya 42 revealed that the film will be released in 3D across 10 languages.
Last Updated: 03.19 PM, Sep 20, 2022
Disha Patani is in Goa for the shoot of her upcoming film opposite Suriya. Earlier today, the Bollywood actor, was seen at the Mumbai airport heading to Goa to commence the shoot for Suriya 42.
“Disha is all excited and ready to go all out for her role opposite Suriya. She will be stationed in Goa for a month-long schedule. She is super kicked to be part of such a huge project. Moreover, the character she is playing is quite unique,” a source informed.
Disha shared a video from Goa and captioned it, “Home for a month”.
Siruthai Siva is directing the 3D periodic drama, which is to be made in 10 languages in two parts. And, the initial shooting kick-started with a pooja in Chennai.
Suriya 42, which has music by DSP, is a co-production between UV Creations and Studio Green.
Apart from this, Disha will be seen in Karan Johar’s Yodha co-starring Sidharth Malhotra and Project K alongside Amitabh Bachchan, Prabhas, and Deepika Padukone.
During a recent interview, Disha said, “I don't like watching myself. I can't watch myself and I actually hate watching myself because I don't like anything about it. Whenever I watch my films, half of the time I am like this only (closes her eyes with hands).”
Disha made her Bollywood debut with Sushant Singh Rajput’s MS Dhoni: The Untold Story. Prior to this, she was seen in the Telugu film Loafer. She has gone on to star opposite her rumoured boyfriend Tiger Shroff in Baaghi 2 and the two were seen together in the music video Befikra. She has worked in Bharat, Radhe, and the Chinese action comedy Ku.
In 2017, it was announced that Disha replaced Shruti Haasan in Sangamitra. The film, said to be a Tamil historical drama, was to be dubbed in Telugu and Hindi. For now, the status of this project is unknown.
On the other hand, filmmaker Sundar C clarified that Sangamitra was not shelved.
“On a project of this scale, pre-production is followed by storyboard creation. Unlike other films where work on graphics will be done only after shooting, here in Sangamitra, we have started it before shooting. The project is very much on; we hope to start shooting soon.”
AR Rahman was roped in to score music.