Soori is seen dubbing for an emotional scene from Garudan, in which he plays a loyal servant to the masters played by Unni Mukundan, Sasikumar
Actor-comedian Soori has begun dubbing for his upcoming Tamil film Garudan, the makers of the film shared recently on social media. The film also stars filmmaker-actor Sasikumar and Malayalam actor Unni Mukundan in significant roles.
In a video released by the makers, we can see Soori, who has a hand cast on, dubbing his lines for the film. He is seen dubbing for what may seem like an emotional scene at one go. The video ends with a poster of Garundan.
Recently, the makers of Garudan a teaser of sorts of the film. The teaser shows Soori's character to be more loyal than dogs, as he serves to his masters enacted by Sasikumar and Unni Mukundan. The film is directed by RS Durai Senthilkumar who has earlier made the Sivakarthikeyan-starrer Ethir Neechal. Garudan has screenplay penned by Vetri Maaran and also stars Sshivada, Revathi Sharma, Roshini Haripriyan, Samuthrakani, Motta Rajendran, and Mime Gopi in prominent roles. The music is scored by Yuvan Shankar Raja. The makers are yet to announce the release date of the film. The film is shot by Arthur A Wilson, with Pradeep E Ragav handling the edits. G Durairaj is the art director of the film.
Soori, who started out as a comedian and in sidekick roles, has grown out to prove himself as a serious actor. He made his debut as lead actor with Vetri Maaran’s Viduthalai, in which he played the role of a newly recruited cop who witnesses police brutality. The second part of the film is yet to be released. This apart, Soori also has Kottukkaali alongside Malayalam actor Anna Ben. The film is directed by PS Vinothraj who made the critically acclaimed Koozhangal. Anna will be making her Tamil debut with the film. Soori will also be seen in Yezhu Kadal Yezhu Malai directed by Ram. The film also stars Nivin Pauly and Anjali in the lead roles. A teaser of the film was recently released. All his three films are scheduled to take a festival run before making debut in theatres.