‘`Sachien` will be a slow but sure winner’: Vijay
Vijay is in a holiday mood. The actor is relieved that his latest release Sachien is being appreciated by ladies and students. He spoke to Sify.com before leaving for London with his family on a 15-day trip, at his palatial beach front house in Neelankarai on the East Coast road in Chennai.
How is Sachien faring at the Tamilnadu box-office?
Unlike my mass masala films that take a great opening, Sachien will be a slow but sure winner at the box-office. No one will lose money and distributors are happy. It was intentional on my part to give a film without any mass elements and it is being well appreciated by ladies and students who are calling me and congratulating me.
Why are you going to London?
Well, I am on a holiday with Sangeetha and my son Sanjay. My in-laws are there and this is a yearly routine to take my family during summer holidays. I want to do things that I am unable to do here in Chennai…like taking Sanjay for a walk on the streets, do some shopping, and generally be in a holiday mood.
What is Sivakasi all about?
There are rumours that you are doing a dual role? (Thinking) No. It’s not a dual role for me. It will be mass film with all commercial elements that would please my fans. Asin is the heroine and Perarasu has a good script ready.
After Sivakasi, what is your next film?
Nothing has been firmed up. Talks are on with S.J.Suryah who may direct my next film for Swargachitra Appachan.
Is Simran doing an item number in Sivakasi?
I have no idea. I too read the news and called up my director and producer who say that even they are unaware of it! So, these are all figment of people’s imaginations.
They say those songs in Sachien were not impressive. Comments?
Songs in my films always grow on you very slowly. Initially the songs in Tirupachi were also not appreciated but see, now they are all chartbusters. My friends and fans are liking the songs in Sachien too.
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