In a career spanning 11 years SJ Suryah has directed just seven films with his last directorial venture being in 2005. After that he turned into an actor and tasted success initially but eventually he failed. So to bring his career back on track he approached Pawan Kalyan with the script of Komaram Puli. The script he says is tailor made for the kind of person Pawan is in real life and that it would be a reflection of Pawan Kalyan’s mindset. He has also promised to show Pawan Kalyan in a completely new avatar which would exclude his usual mannerism. Just like Pawan Kalyan fans we too hope that SJ Suryah has fully realized his vision.
The name needs no mention. This was a project which he accepted before the Slumdog phenomenon happened worldwide though the audio released a year and half after the Oscar glory. The audio released through Sony Music in July, is a sensation in audio market of Telugu films with chartbusters like “amma thalle” “powerstar” and “maham maye”. But Rahman has a jinx when it comes to Telugu films. It’s that all his films have bombed which were direct Telugu ventures (not considering the bilinguals). Well we hope that the jinx is finally broken for good and what better film to break the jinx than a Pawan Kalyan film.
And finally the main and the sole reason one is eagerly waiting for Komaram Puli would be the man himself Pawan Kalyan. The last time he teamed up with director SJ Suryah they created a sensation called Khushi. This time though they come in a film that is poles apart from their last venture together. Komarum Puli is a serious cop drama where Pawan Kalyan plays a cop for the first time in his career. The fans over the years have come to accept the gaps among his film but this time this film had an unusual amount of delay post the audio launch of the film. So the hype has kind of sedated but it’s a Pawan Kalyan film after all and when its ready to hit the cinemas there’s none like it. The hype and hoopla is all back with just a day to go the expectations have once again risen. We here at Cinecorn.com wish the film all the success in the world.