more credibility to the movie on the whole
and enhance the movie watching experience,”
He is all praises for his mentor and producer
Shankar and recollected that Shankar never
visited the sets once and but for the first
day shooting and for viewing the first copy
of the film. “He never interfered
with my creativity and entrusted the whole
project to me,” he mentioned.
Promo stills and hoardings across the city
have already generated enough buzz about
the movie. More so since the director’s
debut venture Imsai Arasan was a declared
hit that explored a novel genre quite unfamiliar
to Tamil cinema.
As a signing off note, Simbu mentioned
that Arai En is a mixture of fantasy and
reality in equal proportions. “Not
in the same order though,” he remarked.