be busier with pressing commitments for
Dasavatharam's post production works. However,
K.S. Ravikumar still found time to spill
the beans feeding fodder to the undernourished
media for lack of Dasavatharam staple. In
an exclusive interview to the Economic Times
daily, K.S.R provided a cursory glance as
to what to expect from the movie and stated
that since the visual graphics content appear
for two and half hours of the movie, the
project was being delayed.
Although he did not dwell too much into
the details of the storyline, an image of
Dasavatharam was published in the daily.
The image, as shown here, has the all-muscle
Kamal, in an Iyengar makeover trying with
all his might to possibly topple over or
perhaps support what could be a statuette.
Inside source say that this scene is of
paramount importance to the way script opens
up. Having said that, it is also significant
to note that the movie was shot in sets
made to recreate the Tsunami aftermath.
Kamal too talking about the movie, said
that he was very happy about the way the
script has shaped up. He also conveyed that
they have tried to convey a message that
the world was changing into a global village,
without going overboard and not compromising
on the entertainment factor.