Music director turned actor Vijay Antony who is scored huge success with Salim, who plays a homeless person in the imminent Tamil action thriller Pichaikkaran, says he needed to shoot a few scenes of the film with real beggars on the roadside to make everything look bona fide.
Pichaikkaran Team Shots With Real Beggars
“My director demanded that we shoot on the streets with real beggars. In spite of the fact that they were informed about the shoot, we shot the scenes furtively and, henceforth, figured out how to catch extremely sensible performances,” Vijay said at the sound dispatch on Thursday.
He included that he didn’t think that its hard to slip into the part of a bum. “I’m glad to have tried different things with this film. Despite the fact that I play a hobo, the story is around an affluent people,” he said. Directed by Sasi, furthermore featuring newcomer Satna Titus, the film is slated for discharge on March 4.
“I was in tears when I read the script,” said Vijay, including that he views himself as to a great degree fortunate to have worked with Sasi, who presented him as a writer in his 2006 Tamil film Dishyum. The film, which will be released by KR Films and Skylark Entertainment, has been exempted from Entertainment tax-free in Tamil Nadu.