At the audio launch of Junga, a film produced by Vijay Sethupathi on a big budget, the actor seemed cheerful. In a quick chat, the actor who plays a stylish don in the lead talks about his experiences working in the film directed by Gokul.
“Don movies need not look similar and each don film has its own approach. This don is not rude, and he is witty. He has a mission as well. He is not a stingy person also, but lives within a budget. I only act as a penny-pinching person in Junga, but spent lavishly on the production of the film,” Sethu quips.
When queried about whether customary punch lines are there, he says, “Actually, punches are chosen by fans and we just speak them as dialogues in films. Yogi Babu’s punch dialogues in the movie are a treat to hear. “
But the Vikram Vedha actor politely refused to reveal the meaning of Junga. “We have kept a scene in the film which explains the significance of Junga.” Director Gokul said that Junga is meant for all kinds of audiences. “This is not a sequel to my earlier film Idharkku Thaane Aasaipaatai Balakumara. Junga is a fresh script and a grand action comedy. Sayeesha worked ad cooperated despite adverse weather conditions in abroad locales.”
Composer Siddharth Vipin, actress Saranya Ponvannan, Sayeesha, RB Choudhary, AM Ratnam, Arun Pandian and Nasser graced the occasion.