Keerthy Suresh’s Follow up Disappointing

Keerthy Suresh's Follow up DisappointingKeerthy Suresh’s next Tamil release ‘Sarkar’ featuring mass hero Vijay Ilayapathy is slated for tomorrow and it is expected to create a storm at the box-office because of the crazy and blockbuster combination of Vijay and director AR Murugadoss. This is Keerthy Suresh’s third film after her spectacular performance in ‘Mahanati’.

Keerthy Suresh already had two Tamil releases after ‘Mahanati’ and she couldn’t impress the audiences with those films. She wasn’t the talking point in those films and now, ‘Sarkar’ is coming to theatres and both the heroines of the film aka Keerthy Suresh and Varalakshmi are seen as the weak links for the crazy project. Both of them are on the heavier side and for an out-and-out commercial movie, they seem to be quite unexciting.

A mini storm is expected at the Tamil Nadu box-office tomorrow and we know that it’s a hero-based commercial film. Donno how far the heroines can impress in such a film. Let’s wait and see if Keerthy Suresh will be the talking point once again after ‘Mahanati’ or will the movie prove entirely a hero-centric movie with little scope for the heroines to shine.

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