Kishore Ravichandran, an MBA graduate from London School, who debuted with Rubaai recently, is on cloud nine. The actor has got critical acclaim from audiences, besides a huge compliment from director Prabhu Solomon.
Having landed in the industry accidentally, Kishore has bagged yet another film as a protagonist.
Talking to us, he says, “I was not keen to act in films and wanted to pursue my business venture. It was director Anbazhagan, who insisted that I give a try in Rubaai. After several months of deliberation, I agreed to do it.”
He reveals that he worked hard to get the lorry driver look. “Besides taking up a six-month acting course at Devi Koothu-p-pattarai, I used to apply mustard oil on my face and body and stand under the sun for hours in the beach to tan myself.”
Apparently, Solomon said that Kishore lived the character of a load man in the film. He has now bagged a new film as a solo hero with Ezhumalai, a former assistant to Prabhu Solomon.
The actor also recently met Superstar Rajinikanth and took his blessings before the shooting of Rubaai commenced....