"Each film is a learning experience and with this film, I understood that Mysskin rarely keeps closeup shot for his actors, his filmmaking style is completely different. Though from outside, he looks like a tough filmmaker, he cracks jokes often on the sets and took care of me well. He makes sure that the women on his set are comfortable just like how he takes care of his daughter", said Aditi.
"I'm not an actor who takes back the psychological pressure of any character to the home. But this film was physically demanding too. There were days I had to shower for a long time as I felt too dirty after the shoot", she added. Talking about her dropped film with Dhanush, Aditi said: "I'm sure it will be revived soon. Though Dhanush has made only one film, he is a brilliant director and exactly knows what he wants from his actors". So will she be a part of Dhanush's next with Sun Pictures and Mani Ratnam's Ponniyin Selvan, she smiled and signed off.