“I am moving towards the direction with every film. I am learning it whenever I am on the sets. It’s a long process and it’s subliminal. And I want it to execute it after I feel happy and satisfied about the knowledge I acquired,” he says.
“Acting in films is like playing chess for me. I want to try something different each time. This is the reason behind my contemporaries complete four times by the time I am ready with just one movie of mine,” says the Cheeyan.
On Mani Ratnam’s ‘Raavan’, his first Hindi venture, Vikram says, “I am playing the hero in the Tamil version and villain in the Hindi version, which has not been attempted so far by any actor in India. Mani Ratnam is the master of perfection. It was because of him I was able to perform so well.”