WHAT! Suriya To Move Out Of Chennai Permanently, Buys Multi-Crore Property In Mumbai? Actor Purchases Luxurious Apartment Worth Rs 70 Crore

Suriya has reportedly decided to move out of Chennai permanently as he has bought a multi-crore property in Mumbai

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WHAT! Suriya To Move Out Of Chennai Permanently, Buys Multi-Crore Property In Mumbai? Actor Purchases Luxurious Apartment Worth Rs 70 Crore
Actor Suriya is one of the most established actors in Tamil cinema with many blockbuster movies to hit credit. He recently made headlines after it was reported that he has decided to move out of Chennai permanently and has bought a multi-crore property in Mumbai. As per the reports, Suriya has purchased a swanky and luxurious apartment worth a whopping Rs. 70 crore in the poshest localities of Mumbai. Reportedly, the actor has shifted to the City of Dreams with his wife Jyothika, and two children Diya and Dev.

As reported by Indiaglitz, the apartment that the actor bought is built-up in the space of 9,000 sq. ft in a gated community. The house has a huge garden space and several parking spots. The report added that the new apartment “serves as a guest house for his parents, siblings Karthi and Brinda, and their families. It will be also used to celebrate the children's birthday parties, special events, and celebrations.” ALSO READ: Suriya 40: Actor Suriya Shooting For His Upcoming Action Thriller With Multiple Other Projects


Meanwhile, talking about Suriya’s work front he has a couple of exciting and big-budget projects lineup. He will next be seen in the upcoming film tentatively titled ‘Suriya42’. It also stars Bollywood actress Disha Patani, Yogi Babu, Redin Kingsley, and Kovai Sarala in pivotal roles. The movie has been directed by Siruthai Siva and is likely to be released also in 3D format. Apart from this, the popular actor also has magnum opus 'Vaadivasal' with Vetrimaaran and a film with Sudha Kongara. 

Recently, Suriya received his first National award for his brilliant performance in ‘Soorarai Pottru’.



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