Rahman, who was last seen in 36 Vayadhinile, is happy to have landed the character of a cop in his next project, which according to him is different from the ones he has essayed before. Titled Dhuruvangal Pathinaaru, the flick has 21-year-old debutant Karthick Naren directing it.
The actor says that it was the movie’s unique narrative style which persuaded him to give his nod to the team, comprising of mostly youngsters. The shooting was wrapped in less than a month’s time and its post-production is on in full swing.
Rahman says, “I have donned the role of a cop in different languages — in fact I recently decided not to take up such characters for a while. But the role I play in Dhuruvangal Pathinaaru is a distinct one. I won’t say that this will be a never-before-seen film; but it surely has novelty in terms of the flow of events that lead to the climax. Yet another thing which impressed me was that its script is devoid of forced action sequences and songs.”
Rahman is currently awaiting the release of four Tamil films, which include national award-winning Manikandan’s Kutrame Thandanai that has been receiving phenomenal response from film festivals.
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