Suriya's No to banners at Kaappaan Press meet

By Rinku Gupta
At the press meet for Lyca Productions ' Kaappaan, Suriya made an emotional appeal to fans to avoid cut outs and banners for his films and instead to do good socially beneficial activities.  He was reacting to the recent death of techie Subhasri on Chennai roads when a flex banner for a wedding,  flew off and hit her, and caused an accident leading to her tragic demise.

The meet was attended by the cast and crew including director KV Anand, Sayyesshaa, Arya, Prem, Thalaivasal Vijay, editor Antony   Samudrakani and others.
Suriya trained in Manesar near Delhi, to play a special protection guard, in charge of security of leaders. Mohanlal is part of the film which is releasing on Sep 20th.
Director KV Anand revealed that he was inspired to explore this idea since a movie on the lives of these forces was not explored till now on screen. "Every minute,  these officers put thier lives on the line to protect the leader  they are covering. Protection is their first reaction, even if it means endangering themselves. There is a small force of 3000 such personnel and the film is about one such character. "

He also revealed there would be lots of twists and turns in the story.

Suriya thanked Arya for joining the cast of three film at London at the last minute  when another actor had backed out due to some constraints.
Sayyeshaa  revealed that she learnt a lot from Suriya and this was her best screen chemistry. She added that she learnt Tamil faster thanks to Samudrakani's encouragement to speak the language on the sets.

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