Sivakarthikeyan has said that performers could not hope to compare before stage artistes whose suddenness in emoting while at the same time acting was basically unmatched.
Sivakarthikeyan was the chief-guest at the 100th show of the well known stage play Kaasethaan Kadavulada by famous film-and-theater artiste Y.G. Mahendra. The on-screen character, who is occupied generally going to trailer/audio-launch and different capacities, was all acclaim for stage artistes for their constant duty.
The play is a phase adjustment of a film of a similar name whose script was penned by “Chitralaya” Gopu. Y.G. Mahendra takes up the character attempted by the late and legendary actor “Thengai” Srinivasan in the film.
“I don’t have enough words to commend the endeavors of all artistes and technicians; we on-screen characters feel embarrassed in front of organize artistes who suddenness in emoting while at the same time acting is unmatched. We take many “takes” to get a grouping right while you have only one opportunity to take care of it, which is astounding. You motivate us,” Sivakarthikeyan said.