Actor-filmmaker Prakash Raj has reportedly been roped in to play an important role in the Hollywood screen adaptation of Vikas Swarup's "Six Suspects", which is expected to go on floors March 2014.
"I'm happy to share that my close friend Prakash Raj has signed a Hollywood project. The film will be based on the book 'Six Suspects' and is expected to go on floors in March next year," posted Kannada filmmaker Beesu Suresha on his Facebook page.
Argentinian filmmaker Pablo Trapero will helm the yet untitled film. "Six Suspects" is the working title of the film.
Vikas Swarup's "Six Suspects" revolves around the murder of a home minister's son at a party and the six suspects involved in it.
The author's debut book titled "Q&A" was adapted into Oscar-winning film "Slumdog Millionaire" by Danny Boyle.
Meanwhile, Prakash Raj is busy shooting for his trilingual directorial project titled "Oggarane" in Kannada, "Un Samayal Arrayal" in Tamil and "Ulvacharu Biriyani" in Telugu.