Kaappaan first look: Mohanlal plays PM, Suriya his bodyguard, in this KV Anand film
The supporting cast of Kaappaan includes Sayyeshaa, Boman Irani, and Samuthirakani
The New Year began with yet another film announcement. Lyca Productions announced the title of Suriya's 37th film — Kaappaan. The first look of the film depicts the actor as an intelligence officer of sorts, sporting a sharp look in a suit while he holds a gun and leads a SWAT team.
Here We Go! #Suriya37 is #KAAPPAAN 🔥💥🌟 START MUSIC #HappyNewYear @Suriya_offl @anavenkat @Mohanlal @arya_offl @Jharrisjayaraj pic.twitter.com/pYUvqqlv7Y
— Lyca Productions (@LycaProductions) December 31, 2018
Kaappaan has been directed by KV Anand and features Mohanlal and Arya. The film is expected to make big money at the box office. The supporting cast includes Sayyeshaa, Boman Irani, and Samuthirakani. Harris Jayaraj will be the film's music director with Abhinandan Ramanujam as the cinematographer. Anthony is scheduled to edit the film.
#Suriya37Title @ 12:10am-1stJAN2019 @Suriya_offl @Mohanlal @Jharrisjayaraj @arya_offl @LycaProductions @prabaka47900101 @editoranthony @vairamuthu @KiranDrk @dhilipaction @KabilanVai @gnanakaravel @aditi1231 @prathool pic.twitter.com/owjal0wMXL — anand k v (@anavenkat) December 31, 2018
Kaappaan is written by KV Anand and veteran writer Pattukottai Prabhakar. Reportedly, the film depicts Suriya as Mohanlal's bodyguard who will be essaying the role of the Prime Minister.
The previous week, Anand took a Twitter poll and asked followers and fans to choose the best title for the film. The three options mentioned were Meetpaan, Kaappaan and Urika. Urika won the poll with maximum number of votes.
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