Anjaan (loosely translating to someone who knows no fear) is an action thriller directed by N Lingaswamy and stars Suriya and Samantha Ruth Prabhu in ...
Suriya plays a gangster and will appear in dual roles, one called Raju Bhai while the other is Krishna. Manoj Tiwari will play the antagonist ...
The film has a bevy of Bollywood stars (Manoj Bajpai, Vidyut Jamwal, Rajpal Yadav and Dalip Tahil) in supporting roles with the stunning Chitrangada Singh ...
Samantha Ruth Prabhu is a leading star in Tamil and Telugu films. Non-south Indian language viewers will remember her from hit film, Eega which was ...
The Tamil actor has sung a song for the film. Ek, doh, teen, char... that's how the song goes. (Anjaanmovie/Facebook)
Anjaan has been dubbed in Telugu as Sikander.
Anjaan has five songs and the soundtrack and background score has been created by Yuvan Shankar Raja. (Anjaanmovie/Facebook)
Ace cinematographer Santosh Sivan has shot the film while the editing has been handled by Antony. (Anjaanmovie/Facebook)
Producer L Sridhar, who has acquired the rights of the Telugu dubbed version of Tamil film Anjaan titled Sikandar, says the movie will do for Suriya what Baasha did for superstar Rajinikanth many years ago.
Both versions of the film are releasing Friday.
"I can confidently say that Sikandar will be Suriya's own Baasha. It will do all that for Suriya what Baasha did to Rajinikanth. It's going to be a milestone film in his career. I'm proud to be taking this film to Telugu audiences," said Sridhar.
"Suriya plays a Mumbai gangster and the audiences are going to love him in his new avatar. It's an underworld revenge drama that revolves around friendship and love. The film comes with a good share of action and twists," he said.
Directed by N Linguswamy, the film also features Vidyut Jammwal, Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Manoj Bajpayee and Dalip Tahil in important roles.
"I think Lingusamy has given the perfect commercial entertainer. All his films have done good business in Telugu and I'm glad that he gave me the rights of the film," he said.