Susi Ganesan, who has made four big films including Kanthasamy, plans to take a sabbatical from Tamil cinema.
When asked whether he would bid bye to Tamil cinema then, Susi Ganesan, says, ' If you ask me how long that would mean, I would say at least three years. I want to explore more of Bollywood and I am happy now being based in Mumbai. My Hindi debut means everything to me at the moment.'
He is directing the Hindi version of his movie Thiruttu Payalae as Mr. Shortcut Romeo. Richa Gangopadhyay, one of the heroines in the film, opted out citing date issues. The director has now roped in Pooja Gupta of FALTU fame for his Thiruttu Payale remake.