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Sriya Reddy confident that Suzhal-The Vortex will push geographic and linguistic boundaries

Amazon Prime Video's first Tamil series Suzhal- The Vortex is all set to release on June 17

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Last Updated: 02.38 PM, Jun 13, 2022

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Sriya Reddy confident that Suzhal-The Vortex will push geographic and linguistic boundaries

A poster of Suzhal-The Vortex

OTT giant Amazon Prime Video is all set to drop its first Tamil series Suzhal- The Vortex on June 17. The show is directed by the popular husband-wife duo, Pushkar and Gayatri and revolves around a missing girl in a small town and an investigation that ensues where the cops involved in the case find out that a similar incident had occurred three decades ago in the same town. The star cast for the show includes Aishwarya Rajesh, Kathir, Sriya Reddy, R Parthiban, Harish Uthaman to name a few. Suzhal is said to be a crime thriller that goes beyond routine investigation and shakes up the societal fabric. The plot is set against the backdrop of a festival where the past meets the present.

Sriya plays a cop Regina Reddy and will be seen in a never-before-seen-avatar in the show. In one of the promos, she is seen saying that everyone lives with a certain guilt and that marks their experience in life. The actress recently stated that she had immense respect for the work of Gayatri and Pushkar, especially their recent release Vikram Vedha, and that she couldn't say no to the offer when they approached her for the role. 

She likened Suzhal- The Vortex to films like Bahubali and Jai Bhim that are content-driven, but at the same time, are larger than life and have the capacity to cross boundaries. She added that she is confident that the show will cross geographic and linguistic boundaries and lauded the OTT giant Amazon Prime Video for promoting it in such a big way. Suzhal will be Sriya's maiden release on OTT.

Suzhal- The Vortex is the first Tamil original Series releasing on OTT to release across 240 countries and territories, that too in more than 30 Indian and foreign languages.

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