5 South Indian actors who should play the lead in a film on Surgical Strike 2
On Tuesday(26-02-2019) morning, social media was flooded with posts congratulating the Indian military for its commendable mission. The reason? Indian Air Force Mirage 2000 jets crossed the Line of Control, to destroy the terrorist training camps of Masood Azhar led Jaish-e Mohammed.
In 2016, India conducted surgical strikes against militant launch pads across the Line of Control. The film URI: The Surgical Strike, was based on this. Starring Vicky Kaushal in the lead and directed by Aditya Dhar, the film has crossed 300 crores worldwide. Now that a second surgical strike has been conducted we’re sure there will be another film in the making. We are sure that even the South Indian film industry is busy preparing to make a film.
Here’s a list of 5 South Indian actors who should play the lead in a film on Surgical Strike.
After capturing the attention of the world in the Baahubali franchise, Prabhas has become a household name. With a chiseled physique, and intense look, it’s needless to say why he would be people’s favourite to be on the list.
Kamal Haasan is a terrific actor. He’s even better when he stars as the messiah in action films. Be it is 10 role avatar in Dasavathaaram or his role as a RAW agent in the Vishwaroopam franchise – Kamal Haasan has taken on enemies who swore to spread evil. It’s no wonder that he should star as the lead in a film based on Surgical strike.
He’s one of the most-wanted stars in Kollywood. So much so that even Boney Kapoor has signed a film deal with him. He’s none other than Ajith. A true star who is the darling of the masses, Ajith is likely to rake in big at the box office.
Touted as Mollywood’s next big superstar, Nivin Pauly has created a unique fan base for himself, which includes admires from Kollywood and Tollywood as well. We want to see him in a full-action role, and this film will fit the bill.
Karthi is known for starring in a variety of films which includes rural and urban entertainers. We last saw him as an airforce pilot in Kaatru Veliyidai, and we wish to see an extension of his role in a film based on Surgical Strike.
What do you think?