Director “Jayam” Raja has surrendered that he lamented that he couldn’t use to the greatest conceivable degree the acting instints of Mollywood performing artist Fahadh Faasil, who is appearing soon in Tamil movies with Raja’s up and coming directorial venture titled as Velaikkaran (title of a super hit Rajini film of the mid-eighties).
As this is Raja’s next film after his widely praised and financially effective 2015 film Thani Oruvan, desires are in abundance about what’s in store in Velaikkaran which has Sivakarthikeyan and Nayantara as on-screen match interestingly. Sneha, yesteryear’s heroine, assumes an imperative part in the film. The tremendous star-cast in the film incorporate Prakash Raj, Thambi Ramaiah, Vijay Vasanth, Vinodhini, Rohini, Sathish, Yogi Babu, RJ Balaji, Robo Shankar and Charlie.
Talking about his film which is discharging in theaters towards end-September, Raja said that he felt that he had under-used Fahadh by ‘fault’. “An actor’s employment is not finished just by following the director’s instructions; he needs to get into the skin of his character for which no measure of mentoring can be sufficient. This depends totally on the on-screen character’s gauge, adaptability, will to learn and set in motion new things, and so forth.
“Fahadh has more than lived up to my desires before marking him up. He was some way or another troubled of his Tamil word usage and I guaranteed him I’d give him his dialogues ahead of time with the goal that he could experience them commonly. In any case, I couldn’t do as such however was perplexed by the simplicity with which he talked and conveyed Tamil dialogues; this made me feel regretful that I ought to have stayed faithful to my obligation,” finishes up Raja.