The announcement of Suriya's next movie has created a lot of buzz. Now Vikram Kumar, director of the upcoming movie, "24", has released the official title logo of the film online.
Recently, fan-made posters of the film have been released online and the director asked the fans to continue their support.
"For the past few days, I've seen so many designs throughout the place regarding #24 . So guys here you go.. the official title logo. Hope You all liked it. Join the official facebook page and support us," wrote Vikram Kumar on his Facebook page.
Vikram had earlier announced the project with Suriya and put an end to the speculations regarding Suriya's next and added that it will offer something new to the audience.
Vikram Kumar is one of the popular directors in Tamil and Telugu film industries. He made his debut as a director with a 1998 non-feature film, "Silent Scream", which won National Film Award for Beast Educational/Motivational/Instructional Film.
His first feature film was "Istam" (Telugu), starring Tarun and Shriya Saran. This was followed by "Alai" (Tamil), "Yavarum Nalam" (Tamil), "13B" (Hindi) and "Ishq" (Tamil). His last released film was Telugu movie "Manam", which was known for casting three generations of Akkineni film family including Nageshwara Rao, Nagarjuna and Naga Chaithanya.
Meanwhile, it is not clear as to who will play the lead heroine opposite Suriya in "24", but the rumours are that actress Ileana d'Cruz will play the part. Her last Tamil movie was "Nanban", the remake of Aamir Khan's "3 Idiots".
Reports are that Vikram Kumar had earlier offered the role to Telugu actor Mahesh Babu and apparently he had refused to do this role as he thought the story line of the film is highly complicated. Moreover, the script demanded the lead actor to be spotted in various looks while Mahesh Babu reportedly said his appearance won't be convincing enough to portray the character.
The upcoming movie, "24", is produced by 2D Entertainment and the shooting is expected to kick start soon after Suriya finishes the schedule of Venkat Prabhu's "Masss".