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Suraj finds a brother on Siliconn City sets

The romantic thriller directed by Murali Gurappa has the actor sharing screen space with Srinagar Kitty

Published: 24th May 2017

Suraj Gowda has decided not to take any project until Siliconn City releases. The film is currently under review of the censor board and is set for a mid June release.  The romantic thriller directed by Murali Gurappa has the actor sharing screen space with Srinagar Kitty, who is making a comeback with this film. “I am confident about Siliconn City. The story helped me evolve as an actor. Murali’s direction is amazing and the crew was friendly,” says Suraj.

Other than the director and the crew, the actor is also excited about having found a brother on the set of the film. Wondering who that is? It is Srinagar Kitty. “We play parallel leads in the crime thriller that explores middle class values. In the movie we are brothers, so when we were shooting, I had the most enjoyable experience. He ensured we shared a comfort level,” says Suraj.

He lauds Kitty as a brilliant actor who has made it into movies with his background in theatre. “He treated me like a brother and he continues to extend the same bond even after we have completed the shoot,” he says. The film inspired by the Tamil flick Metro features Kavya Shetty and Ekta Rathod. Siliconn City has music by Anoop Seelin and its cinematography is done by Srinivas Ramaiah.

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