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Sirun, a comedy thriller driven by coincidences

The film stars RS Karthiik of Peechankai-fame in the lead

Published: 30th December 2018

RS Karthiik, who debuted as an actor with 2017's quirky film about alien hand syndrome, Peechankai, is ready for his next release, Sirun. The film is directed by debutant Milan, who has previously worked as an assistant director on the films, Leelai (2012) and Naan (2012).

"Sirun is a comedy thriller whose narrative is driven by coincidences. It is not a serious hyperlink story but more about chance occurrences that keep the protagonist running (hence the title Si'run') into new challenges,quite literally. It is almost 80 per cent complete and only the background music is pending. We are looking at presenting it to the censors after Jan 15," says Karthiik.

Produced by first-timer Rajarajesh, the film has two music directors - Gunasekaran for the songs and Asvamitra, the composer of Sathuranga Vettai 2, for the BGM. The female lead is Aiyra, who rose to fame when she played Samantha's sister in Theri. She is currently awaiting the release of her second film, Nungambakkam, based on the murder of IT-employee Swathi.

Karthiik has three more films in the pipeline - 46 (which has stalled after getting halfway done) and two yet-to-be-titled projects, one of which sees him portray a therukoothu dancer.

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