Hyderabad: South star Siddharth Suryanarayan’s last outing in the Telugu film industry was with the horror flick Gruham in 2017. It has been nearly three years since he has acted in a Telugu project and his fans have been eagerly waiting for him to announce his next film in Tollywood. And the wait is over!
On Friday, September 18, the makers of Maha Samudram made an official announcement on Twitter regarding Siddhart’s come back on Tollywood screen.
Yes, you heard it right! Actor Siddharth is all set to make his comeback to Telugu cinema with RX 100 (2018) fame Ajay Bhupathi’s next film, Maha Samudram. The movie, starring Sharwanand in the lead is an action-thriller that will be produced by Sunkara Ramabrahmam, who last bankrolled Mahesh Babu starrer Sarileru Neekevvaru (2020).
The producers, AK Entertainment, released an official statement on their social media handle. In the statement, they revealed that Siddarth would be playing the lead along with Sharawanand. “Siddharth makes his Tollywood comeback with ‘Maha Samudram’. Actor Siddharth who was last seen in Telugu in a dubbed film Gruham comes on board to star in the crazy multi-starrer.”
Siddharth in Maha Samudram
Director Ajay Bhupathi, in a recent tweet, revealed that Maha Samudram would be an intense film that will impress the Telugu movie audiences. He wrote: “Happy to have @Actor_Siddharth in #MahaSamudram. This Intense Multistarrer will surely reach your expectations.”
The movie, starring Siddharth and Sharwanand in the lead is an intense love story set in the backdrop on an action-thriller. There are speculations doings rounds that Aditi Rao Hydari will be playing the female lead in the movie. The movie Maha Samudram is expected to hit the theaters during Summer 2021. However, the makers are yet to announce the other official details regarding the cast of the film.
Speaking about other works of Siddharth, the actor will be next seen in Shankar’s Indian 2. The movie, starring Kamal Haasan and Kajal Aggarwal in the lead, features actors like Siddharth, Rakul Preet Singh, Priya Bhavani Shankar, and Bobby Simha in prominent roles.