No film can be complete within a short period without the full dedication and efforts from the actors side. This statement stands good. Filmmaker Vijay was in all praise for Arya, the protagonist of his forthcoming movie ‘Madharasapattinam’. “Without his hardwork and dedication, I couldn’t have completed this period film so early,” says the director of ‘Kireedam’ and ‘Poi Solla Porom’ fame.
The director Vijay added that “Arya plays Ilamparidhi, a wrestling champion. He would often say ‘nothing is impossible’. And he has proved it true in ‘Madharasapattinam’ with his performance as a Madras youth of the 1940s,”.
While speaking on the film, he says, “with inputs from writers Prapanchan and Ajayan Bala, we recreated the old Madras. It is going to be a visual treat for the audience when they see Chennai of pre-independence era. The town was so beautiful then.”
Vijay adds: “G V Prakash Kumar’s music is no doubt an asset for ‘Madharasapattinam’. So are the lyrics by Na Muthukumar. I must thank producer Kalpathi S Agoram, who gave me enormous freedom without any restrictions on budget. On the whole, the film is going to be a classic romance.”