For the first time in his career, Jiiva is all set to play a ‘super-hero’ kind of a role which would surely be loved by his fans and children. The film also stars Naren, who was the hero in Mysskin’s earlier films like Chittiram Pesudhadi and Anjathay, playing a ‘negative’ role for the first time. Naren says he’s only too happy to be playing a role that he hasn’t tried so far.
Both Naren and Jiiva reportedly underwent rigorous training in the Japanese martial art form of Kung-Fu in order to prepare themselves for their roles in the film. Many computer-generated graphics sequences would feature in the film, informs Mysskin and adds that the script is a ‘dream film’ for him.
“I was told by my producer to take on hire foreign technicians and stunt choreographers as per requirement for this film. Why should we under-estimate ourselves? We have world-ranking stunt choreographers and other technicians in our midst. Why go elsewhere when you can get it done in your own backyard? Sekar, with whom I learnt Kung-Fu myself right from the age of 18, would work as the stunt choreographer of the film and would be assisted by Dilip Subbarayan, son of ‘Super’ Subbarayan,” says Mysskin proudly.