The music director who made it to national levels ( see Dirty Picture) with his Naaka Mukka, has come a long way indeed. With the release of Naan, he will be 25 films old as a music director. The man who is known to keep setting new boundaries for himself, gets talking to sify.com on the challenges of turning hero next and the years in the industry…
Its your birthday today! How special a day is it for you this year?
Its indeed a special birthday as I am on the verge of releasing my 25th film in the industry, Naan, which is having its audio launch this week, on the 29th. So it does feel good!
You have come a long way in a short time, to turn even producer and hero by your 25th film. Whats the secret?
Well,I think apart from having a passion for what you do, one should also have a good system in place. I just plan things out carefully and then execute them in a peaceful manner.
You are playing hero and also doing the music apart from producing Naan. How has this helped the film?
Well, since I am the producer, I had the liberty to do things at my pace and in my way. So I left no room for compromise especially with the music. I have done sound designing which is re recording and also the various sounds that are in the thriller, to give it a completely different feel.
Have you planned anything special for your audio launch?
Yes I want to invite all the music directors and launch the audio in their presence, since I am from the music industry which has made me what I am today.