The philanthropist in Suriya is out in full form on his birthday today (July 23), as the actor has selected 400 schools in TN in which he will be building 10 restrooms each.
Not just that, fans from his welfare association Agaram Foundation would also take care of the maintenance of the toilets throughout the year.
In the meantime, to mark his birthday, the second look poster of his upcoming film ‘NGK’ has been unveiled. It has Suriya among a bunch of people who are in celebration mode.
Also, it has been revealed that the intriguing title ‘NGK’ means ‘Nandha Gopalan Kumaran’. Directed Selvaraghavan, the movie has Rakul Preet Singh as heroine. It is tipped to be a political action thriller.
Elder son of veteran actor Sivakumar, Suriya, after making his debut in ‘Nerukku Ner’ (1997), landed his breakthrough role in ‘Nandha’ (2001) and then had his first major commercial success with the thriller ‘Kaakha Kaakha’ (2003).
Following award-winning performances of a conman in ‘Pithamagan’ (2003) and a hunchback in ‘Perazhagan’ (2004), Suriya played a patient suffering from anterograde amnesia in the 2005 blockbuster ‘Ghajini’. He rose to stardom with dual roles of a father and son in Gautham Vasudev Menon’s semi-autobiographical ‘Vaaranam Aayiram’ (2008).
His status as an action star was established with roles of a smuggler in ‘Ayan’ (2009), and an aggressive cop in the ‘Singam’ trilogy (‘Singam’, ‘Singam II’ and ‘S3’).