suzhal web series cast|suzhal web series review|suzhal amazon prime:The trailer of Amazon Prime Video’s upcoming Tamil Original series, Suzhal – The Vortex, was unveiled on Tuesday, June 7. The investigative drama features Kathir, Aishwarya Rajesh, Sriya Reddy along with Radhakrishnan Parthiban. Written and created by Pushkar and Gayatri, Suzhal will begin streaming from June 17 on the OTT platform.
Headlined by a prolific ensemble of actors like Kathir, Aishwarya Rajesh, Sriya Reddy along with Radhakrishnan Parthiban, the Tamil original series, Suzhal – The Vortex will premiere across multiple Indian languages including Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu, and English, as well as foreign languages like French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Castilian Spanish, Latin Spanish, Arabic, and Turkish.
The series will also be available with subtitles in a number of foreign languages including Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Filipino, Finnish, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Korean, Malay, Norwegian Bokm, Romanian, Russian, Swedish, Thai, Ukrainian and Vietnamese.
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Suzhal – The Vortex begins with the disappearance of a young girl from a small town in Tamil Nadu. What begins as a mere missing-person investigative drama, soon spirals into a heart-thumping thriller with a twist at every turn and a secret tumbling out of every corner of the story, threatening to tear apart the town and its delicate social fabric.
Bramma, who has directed the first four episodes of the series, said “It is heart-warming to finally have our labor of love reach the audiences. What we have here are some superlative performances and a gripping narrative that will keep everyone guessing through every episode.
Anucharan. M, who has directed episodes 5-8 of the series said “When I was approached with Suzhal – The Vortex, I was instantly taken in by the pace and complexity of the narrative. The sequence of events has been created in a way that will leave the audience glued to their screens, leaving them intrigued at every instance
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The web series has Aishwarya Rajesh, Kathir, R Parthipan and Sriya Reddy in the cast. Aishwarya Rajesh is known for her wonderful performances in films like Kakka Muttai, Ka Pae Ranasingam, Vada Chennai and more. In the trailer of Suzhal, her assertive voice demanding answers stands out.
Suzhal’ is written, produced and created by Pushkar – Gayathri while Brahmma and Bramma and Anucharan M have directed four episodes each. Kathir, Aishwarya Rajesh, Radhakrishnan Parthiban, Sriya Reddy and Kumaravel and Harish Uttaman.
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Gayathri of ‘Vikram Vedha’ fame has written and produced the new web series ‘Suzhal – The Vortex’ that is going to stream on Amazon Prime Video from June 17th in 30 plus world languages. The trailer of the eight-part series has been unveiled and promises to be a multi-layered edge-of-the-seat thrill ride.
The trailer of ‘Suzhal’ takes the viewers into an industrial town where a school girl goes missing after the main factory there is shut down. The elder sister of the girl played by Aishwarya Rajesh is obsessed with finding her with the help of a local cop Kathir. While the core story is this there are other layers of how the investigation shakes the very existence of the town and the many secrets it hides with the collission of ancient myths and the turblulent present.
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Suzhal – The Vortex begins with the disappearance of a young girl from a small town in Tamil Nadu. What begins as a missing-person investigative drama soon spirals into a thriller with twists and secrets that threatening to tear apart the town and its delicate social fabric.
Bramma, who directed the first four episodes, said: “Suzhal – The Vortex is an effort in differentiated storytelling that’s sure to strike a chord on various levels. With one dark mystery lying at core, the series manoeuvres through a rollercoaster of situations, beliefs and secrets that makes the characters, and the viewers constantly oscillate between what’s true and what’s not.”
Amazon, which launched in India in 2016, recently unveiled a 40-strong slate of TV series and films, as part of plans to double its investment in the country over the next five years.
Local chiefs Gaurav Gandhi and Aparna Purohit recently told Deadline that constantly engaging with the “well developed creative ecosystems” in India’s various language segments, which include Tamil, has been key to the Amazon Prime Video’s local impact since launching there more than five years ago.