Bharath is on a roll

The actor, who is shooting for AR Murugadoss-Mahesh Babu's bilingual, hopes that this year will be fruitful.

With zero releases in 2016, Bharath has half a dozen films, which will release every two or three months in 2017. The actor, who is shooting for AR Murugadoss-Mahesh Babu’s bilingual, hopes that this year will be fruitful.

Opening up to DC, Bharath shares, “My first release of 2017 is Ennodu Vilayadu, in which I play a gambler. In April, Kadugu, directed by Vijay Milton will hit the theatres. The film is about two extreme characters who live in the same town. I play a township boxer.”

The Killadi actor claims that Simba is one of the most experimental films in his entire career. “This is Tamil cinema’s first stoner film. However, there is nothing to mislead the youngsters and will concentrate on the relationship between a man and his dog,” he explains.

Bharath is an expert when it comes to trying different get-ups. “In the horror film, Pottu, I will be seen in multiple looks. And for the first time, I have tried a lady get-up in my film,” he reveals. He also has Kadaisi Bench Karthi, which is a college film with double entendre dialogues.

“The film talks about how social media has influenced the younger generations. Even though there are innuendo dialogues in it, it won’t be vulgar and can be seen with the family,” he quips.

Bharath is all praises for AR Murugadoss and Mahesh Babu. “I play one of the villains in the movie and this film will open up my market in Telugu to a wider audience. There are many artistes from Telugu in the film, but they make it a point to converse in Tamil, which makes it easy for all of us. I am having a wonderful time working with AR Murugadoss and Mahesh Babu. We will shoot the rest of the portions in Pune, Bangkok and Mumbai,” he concludes.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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