Siddharth to headline ‘Miss You’, first look out

The first look was unveiled by R Madhavan, Sivakarthikeyan, and filmmaker Lokesh Kanagaraj on their social media platforms.

BySouth First Desk

Published Jun 06, 2024 | 6:40 PM Updated Jun 06, 2024 | 6:40 PM

First look of Siddharth's Miss You

Actor Siddharth, last seen in Chithha (2023), is set to star in a romance film titled Miss You.

The first-look poster of Miss You was unveiled by R Madhavan, Sivakarthikeyan, and filmmaker Lokesh Kanagaraj on their social media platforms on Thursday, 7 June.

It features Siddharth with a backpack and a train in the background.

Miss You, directed by N Rajasekar, is recognised for his work on Mapla Singam (2016) and Kalathil Santhippom (2018).

The script is co-written by Ashok R and N Rajasekar.

Bankrolled by 7 Miles Per Second, Miss You, stars Ashika Ranganath as the female lead, who made her Tamil debut with Pattathu Arasan in 2022.

Primarily known for her work in Kannada films, Ashika has appeared in Raambo 2 (2018), Madhagaja (2021), and Raymo (2022).

Besides Siddharth and Ashika, Miss You casts Ponvannan, Naren, Anupama, JP, Bala Saravanan, Karunakaran, Maaran, and Sastika Rajendran in supporting roles.

The film’s technical team comprises music director Ghibran, cinematographer KG Venkatesh, and editor Dinesh Ponraj.

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Upcoming films of Siddharth

Meanwhile, Siddharth will also feature in Kamal Haasan’s Indian 2 and has a role in Test, co-starring Nayanthara and Madhavan.

Sashikanth, the founder of banner YNOT Studios, directed Test, based on his screenplay, and co-produced it with Chakravarthy Ramachandra.

Playback singer Shaktisree Gopalan will make her debut as the music director.

Test is scheduled to hit screens in Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Hindi, and Tamil languages.

Additionally, Siddharth is involved in a project directed by Sri Ganesh, known for 8 Thottakkal (2017) and Kuruthi Aattam (2022).

Throughout his career, Siddharth has taken on a diverse range of roles. He once expressed his desire for his career’s culmination to reflect his commitment to portraying credible characters within each script.

Having appeared in many romantic dramas, Siddharth has always found love stories to be captivating.

He mentioned in an interview, “In action films, where the audience must suspend disbelief, the hero typically takes centre stage, whereas, in a love story, it’s the character that leaves a lasting impression.”

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