After successive hits in ‘Singampuli’ and ‘Ko’, actor Jeeva could easily be in for a hat-trick with ‘Rowthiram’, opines Gokul who has directed Jiiva in ‘Rowthiram’. For this film, Jiiva pairs up with Shriya Saran for the first time in his career. The title, which means ‘extreme anger’ when translated into Tamil, is only symbolic of the subject, says the bearded director.
“One can’t shun anger completely; in fact, it’s almost impossible not to angry on seeing or hearing about something. My film would deal with the circumstances when anger becomes an unavoidable necessity,” elaborates Gokul. The script has its origin in some real-life incidents that he had come across in his life, he reveals and adds that ‘script’ would be the strongest ‘plus’ of the film.
There has already ‘talk’ in the industry that the film has been progressing rather well. In Kollywood, positive ‘talk’ prior to the movie is a quintessential factor which would determine the success of the particular film at the box-office. As such, ‘Rowthiram’ is widely referred as the film which would complete the hat-trick of success for Jiiva.
In Gokul’s opinion, Jiiva is an amazingly competent actor who is ‘capable of more’ than what he has displayed in all his films. “I have made some use of those talents by making him express his emotions and feelings in subtlest manner possible. In fact, the ever-improving Shriya Saran has matched Jiiva in maximum possible sequences, making the film a sure-fire success at the box-office,” Gokul exudes confidence.