Suriya, who finally scored success with Akasam Nee Haddura, has recalled his first job and the first income he had earned. Suriya said he had worked in a clothing industry after completing his bachelor’s degree and worked in it for over a month. Suriya said he had received Rs 736 as his first salary and said he would never forget his first job and first income he had earned. Suriya said he had recollected these incidents while shooting for Aakasam Nee Haddura.
Suriya said he had not planned to come into films though his father is an actor. He said his family wanted him to be independent and that’s how he had done his first job in a Textile company. Suriya said he could remember the struggle in his early days while shooting for the film and said his past experience did help him to emote well for the role. Suriya also thanked director Sudha Kongara for delivering such a film. He said she has explored the hidden-side of him.
Touted to be the biopic of Captain Gopinath, the film has been heavily dramatised. Yet the film’s soul is intact which made him appeal to audiences and critics alike. Besides Suriya’s stellar performance, Aparna Balamurali’s flawless acting won laurels.