The industry bets crores on Suresh Gopi, asks will he leave the film after winning the election?

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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South actor Suresh Gopi has created history by winning the first seat for the BJP in Kerala. He registered a historic win in the Thrissur Lok Sabha constituency by defeating CPI's VS Sunil Kumar and sitting MP K Muraleedharan of the Congress. He won by a margin of 74,686 votes.

After winning the election, the question in the minds of his fans is whether he will distance himself from the film industry? On this, Gopi has said that he will first complete the projects that he has already signed.

want to complete the committed projects

Let us tell you that last year when he was a nominated member of the Rajya Sabha, he kept working on acting projects. On Wednesday, when he was asked about staying in the film industry, he said that he first wants to complete his committed projects.

Crores of rupees are at stake on them

“I have a project with Mammootty's production company and work on it has already begun. Besides this, I have three projects with businessman Gokulam Gopalan's production firm. One of them is a pan-universe film with a budget of Rs 100 crore. So I want to continue doing films now, like I did when I was a Rajya Sabha member,” Gopi said.

Suresh Gopi wants such a department for himself in the cabinet

Responding to a question about a possible place in the cabinet, Gopi said that he will always do what the party says. When asked which portfolio he would like, he said- a portfolio that can handle 10 different departments.

He did more than 250 films in his career spanning 32 years

Talking about his acting career, Gopi has done more than 250 films in his 32-year career. He has proved his acting ability in many films including 'Manichitrathu', 'A Northern Story of Vellore' and 'Oru CBI Diary Kurippu'. He won the National Film Award for Best Actor for the 1998 film 'Kaliyattam'. Suresh Gopi joined BJP in October 2016. Gopi faced defeat from Thrissur in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Two years later, he also faced defeat in the 2021 assembly elections. After facing defeat twice, he finally won the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.

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