Sequels may become popular provided filmmakers create opportunities to make them with conviction.
The 2010 Tamil film 'Singam' was remade in Hindi as the Ajay Devgn-starrer 'Singham'.
'Singham' was released in Telugu as 'Yamudu'. But, the makers have decided to title the second instalment of the franchise 'Singam 2' as 'Singam' in Telugu.
'Singham 2' is directed by Hari Gopalakrishnan, who had also helmed the superhit prequel 'Singham', which also featured Suriya.
The film is the sequel of film 'Singham' (2010). Anushka Shetty and Hansika Motwani as the leading ladies of the film.
Tamil actor Suriya too was part of the shoot for the same film.
However, the director is trying hard to give his fullest after his movie 'Needhanae En Ponvasandham'.
However, it has been reported by sources that the Gautham Mammootty project would go on floors only by 2014.
A contest will be run, coinciding with the website's launch, whereby the winner will be invited to meet Suriya at the shooting spot.
However the Tamil actor is currently completing few of the last portions of upcoming movie 'Singham2'.
Suriya is currently busy wrapping up upcoming Tamil action-romance 'Singam 2', a sequel to Tamil superhit 'Singam'.
Actors turned up in hundreds to support the fast organised by SIFAA at Nadigar Sangam. This is the second fast after March 19.
This is the second fast since March 19, which was observed by the Tamil Nadu Film Directors Association.
However, Kamal, Rajinikanth, Ajith Kumar, Suriya, and Karthi are among those who couldn't join the March 19 fast.
The Tamil flick will be produced by Madhan of Vendhar Movies.
However, both the actors who are currently busy shooting for their upcoming Tamil films, are unlikely to join the fast.
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