If the word ‘Success’ can be deliberately defined with different shades, it cannot be illustrated in best terms other than Suriya. The rising star has been spelling continuous successes for the past 8 years with blockbusters and endeavoring achievements of performing unique roles.
It’s remarkable that Padmashree Kamal Haasan alone had such potentials to gear up with variations from film-to-film. Just glimpse through his career graph and you’ll see whole lot of distinctions in genres.
When his Mahanadhi, Aalavandhan, Hey Ram were based on serious them, the alternative flicks Pammal K Sammadham, Avai Shanmughi, Thenali and similar other films proved its success on different notes.
In all likelihood, Suriya is striding on his own paths of ‘classical’ and ‘commercial’ values.
When his acclaimed blockbuster ‘Nanda’ was a serious drama, his very next film ‘Unnai Ninaithu’ was adjudged as the best breezy romantic entertainer of all seasons. Acknowledging the mantra of success, Surya has been following the similar trait till the date.
Who would have expected Suriya to perform a typical slum-class guy in ‘Aaru’ right after the grand success of ‘Ghajini’, in which he played one of the topmost tycoons of India?
Followed by the hat-trick success of ‘Vel’, ‘Vaaranam Aayiram’ and ‘Ayan’, his ‘Aadhavan’ was entitled as one of the biggest grosser at box office. Doubtlessly, his upcoming series of films – ‘Singam’, ‘Raktha Charithram’ and ‘7 AUM ARIVU’ can be perceived as sure-footed winner, which are obviously expected to be the grandest milestones in his career.