Gokul also raved about Sayyeshaa 's commitment and dedication. "We gave a thin costume to Sayyeshaa for a song which was shot in - 9 degree Celsius. Due to tough climatic condition, she fell unconscious but still took a short break and completed the scene. I should thank her mom and Sayyeshaa (costume designer for Sayyeshaa) for accepting such hard situations and working sincerely to complete the film on time", said Gokul.
Vijay Sethupathi didn't brag much about his film, the actor said, "We have made the film and completed our duty, now the audiences should decide how good our product is. Unlike others pointed out, I'm not a stingy don, you can call him a guy who leads his life in the tight budget" and thanked everyone who acted in the film.
The films heroine Sayyeshaa said, "Vijay Sethupathi is a very natural performer, I hope fans like our pair in the film. I should also thank Gokul, he is the main pillar of strength for Junga".
Award winning actor Saranya Ponvannan praised both Vijay Sethupathi and Sayyeshaa. "When Vijay Sethupathi acted with me in Thenmerkku Paruvakattru, he used to ask whether his face would be accepted by the audiences. I told him that you look like an innocent baby and actors like you would score big. Today, I got my salary from him for Junga and this is because of his hard work", said the actress.
"I was impressed with Sayyeshaa's performance when I saw the film while dubbing, her minute expressions are laudable. She has also brilliantly danced in the film", added Saranya Ponvannan.
Produced by Vijay Sethupathi, Arun Pandian's A & P Group has bought the worldwide theatrical rights and they are planning to release the film in the month of July.
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