Karthi speaks on Kashmora Movie
Karthi speaks on Kashmora. Karthi is a great performing artist. He debuted in the year 2007 in the movie Paruthiveeran that did great at the box office. He has ever since many movies and has got great films like Madras, oppiri, paiyya to name a few. Apart from acting this star is an engineering graduate. He has great commitment and dedication to his work. He is shooting in the extreme cold conditions for the movie Kaatru Veliyidai by Mani Ratnam. The actor spoke in a loud and clear voice. He spoke about his upcoming releases and ongoing projects.
The special about this movie is that Kashmora is not confirmed to one genre. It is, therefore, a multi-genre movie. There are three characters in the movie. A man involved in black magic, a warlord who loves bloodshed. The third one is to keep the audience guessing as his character is meant to be kept secret. All the three characters in the movie are played by the one and only star Karthi.
Karthi speaks on shooting for Kashmora….
“When director Gokul narrated the script to me, we needed to figure out how to bring out Raj Nayak, with us 30 minutes of screen time” said the great actor who sported a tonsured head and an overgrown beard which is required for his character. “We had to make sure that the characters looked nothing like me, so Gokul came up with close to 45 sketches, keeping with the bald-with-beard brief, paying so much attention to detail, right from the eagle tattoo on my face to my armor,” added he actor. During the shooting of the warlord character, he had a severe neck injury. In spite of all that, he stayed at the shoot to finish off the last part. He stayed from morning to the night. This happened at a location in Thiruvotriyur with compulsory gym and 4 hours of make-up sessions.
Karthi speaks on Roles…
“I am not particular about looking different in every film. Certain movies of mine need me to make changes and that’s when I do it. The characters I usually play don’t need me to focus on that fad.” the actors the last tentative was Sevaraghavan’s Aayirathil Oruvan in 2010 which demolished the box office, on Kashmora’s fate, he says, “It’s either a success or it isn’t, and we have all come far enough to take either in our stride. What works for the film is it’s a package—there is humor, horror, action, drama and, of course the period element,” the actor declared. In this movie, this is the first time that he is paired opposite the South Indian Siren Nayantara.