Tollywood actor Allu Sirish, who was seen playing the lead role in Radha Mohan’s Gouravam, was roped in to play a key role in Suriya’s 37th film, which is being directed by K V Anand.
However, he has now opted out of the movie. Explaining the reason, the brother of Allu Arjun, son of producer Allu Aravind, cousin of Ram Charan and nephew of Chiranjeevi, has come out with a statement.
He said: “Hello everyone. This is to let you all know about my part in #Suriya37. My dates required film was clashing with my other film ABCD.”
He said further: “The shoot dates could not be rescheduled because of the logistics involved. Keeping in mind the best interest of both the films, I volunteered to step down from the role.”
“And the director KV Anand sir too has understood the issue accepted my decision. I was really looking forward to being a part of this film but will have to let go. I thank KV sir, Suriya sir and Lyca Productions for giving me the opportunity to be a part of this project. My best wishes always to the whole team,” he added.
“Hoping to work with this beautiful team sometime in the future,” he conclued.
Arya has now replaced Sirish in this yet untitled flick, which also has Mohanlal in a key role. Sayyeshaa and Samuthirakani play pivotal characters in the movie, which ahs music by Harris Jayaraj.