Director SJ Suryah is pretty much interactive with his followers in Twitter since the lockdown implementation. The filmmaker cum actor has been reacting to the fan made posters, answers to the questions of fans and interacts with his fellow cinema artists as well. Most recently, a reply he made to a social media user’s comment on the climax of his second film Kushi, has gone viral among the users of the micro blogging social media site with reactions lauding the filmmaker’s screen writing skills. Fans also started demanding a sequel for the romantic film which had Vijay and Jyothika in the lead roles after seeing his reply.
On Thursday, A social media user uploaded a tweet saying that “Kushi” film would have been ended 15 minutes earlier if the lead characters used cell phones. “If there was cell phone during “Kushi” times, the film would have been ended 15 minutes earlier. There will be no necessary for Railway station scenes” the social media user said in his tweet.
This tweet garnered the attention of the filmmaker himself who said that there are ways to extend the film even if there was “cell phones” during “Kushi” times. “Nothing like that. It will work the same way if we showed that they both lost their cell phones due to mental agony. If they called their friends, they should say that both of them had left to station. That’s it. cool buddy. We should build the scenes, according to our climax” SJ Suryah said.
“Apdiyellam illa …Manasu vallila rendu perum phone-Ah tholachitta-dha kattuna potchu….Friend’s ku Mari Mari phone pannah they should say ,”shiva left to station”…Jenny left to station….That’s it … cool body… yedhu climax-oh accordingly need to build the scenes that’s it” read his reply.
Check out his reply below :
Apdiyellam illa …Manasu vallila rendu perum phone-Ah tholachitta-dha kattuna potchu….Friend’s ku Mari Mari phone pannah they should say ,”shiva left to station”…Jenny left to station….That’s it … cool body… yedhu climax-oh accordingly need to build the scenes that’s it 😉😉— S J Suryah (@iam_SJSuryah) May 27, 2021
Another follower asked why Jeni and Shiva didn’t celebrate their birthdays in the film, despite of being born on the same day. “Adhu interval la sanda pottangala summer holidays la they gone to their native places ….. they might have or might not have celebrated because of their love fight …. That’s y Ok ???” Suryah replied.
Adhu interval la sanda pottangala summer holidays la they gone to their native places ….. they might have or might not have celebrated because of their love fight …. That’s y Ok ???? … 😉sjs https://t.co/5fdupr7D6q— S J Suryah (@iam_SJSuryah) May 28, 2021
Check out some of the reactions for these replies of SJ Suryah :
Oru chinna line la full script panradhu la India la nenga matum tha best director and screen writer ah erukinga.We missed legend director SJ suriyaaa ,please direction with acting sendhu panunga top thalapathy kuda kandipa panunga 💕💕💕— Nagaraj (@Nagaraj52674196) May 27, 2021
Central la irunthu oru train pogum egmore la irunthu oru train pogum nu logical ah yosikka therinja avarukku mobile iruntha enna scene vaikanum nu theriyaathaaa.. antha landline vachiye phone rendum busy nnu kaatiruppaare ore timele adikkum pothu..— Rasal Padmanaban (@rasalp1) May 28, 2021
@iam_SJSuryah தலைவன் வெற ரகம் பாத்து உஷாரு 🔥🔥🔥— Vishwa Deva (@deva_vishwa) May 27, 2021
Surya made his directorial debut with Vaali in 1999, success of which catapulted him to stardom. His other notable films include Kushi, New, Anbe Aaruyire and Isai. He made his acting debut with New and went on to act in films like Kalvanin Kadhali, Thirumagan, Vyabari and has also worked as an Antagonist in films such as Spyder and Mersal etc.
He is the director who gave the career break to both the top rivals of Tamil cinema Ajith Kumar and Vijay. Now the director is busy in acting for other directors. Last seen in horror- dark comedy “Nenjam Marappathillai”, Surya’s “Iravakaalam” is waiting for its release. Apart from that he is also acting in a fantasy movie “Bommai”, Venkat Prabhu’s “Maanadu”, Sivakarthikeyan’s “Don” etc.