Karthik Subbaraj hints at directing Rajinikanth in Petta 2 [Exclusive]

June 16, 2020
Karthik Subbaraj hints at directing Rajinikanth in Petta 2 [Exclusive] 1

Karthik Subbaraj hints at directing Rajinikanth in Petta 2 [Exclusive]

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Karthik Subbaraj, not solely one among Tamil cinema’s, however amongst Indian cinema’s greatest Administrators working at this time, not too long ago sat down for a heart-to-heart with us to debate his upcoming manufacturing, Penguin, starring Nationwide Award winner Keerthy Suresh, which is about to launch on a significant OTT platform. Inevitably our unique interview veered towards different subjects, given the sterling repertoire he has amassed in a short while, and the ace filmmaker quickly disclosed his plans on directing Celebrity Rajinikanth in Petta 2, the sequel to the actor’s largest hit and most well-received movie in current instances. Additionally Learn – Penguin trailer: Keerthy Suresh’s thriller guarantees to ship chills down your backbone

Opening up on the potential of Petta 2, Karthik Subaraj stated, “Not whereas making the movie. Whereas making the movie we did not have something in thoughts about that and all (a sequel). However after it launched, it obtained fairly attention-grabbing the best way the followers considered it (risk of a sequel) and saved asking and even urged the best way it ought to go. The message us with their concepts of Petta 2 on social-media platforms, which had been all fairly attention-grabbing. Some even got here ahead with theories of possibles tales for Petta 2. As of now, I would not say that I’ve a narrative of Petta 2. However it may occur in future.” Additionally Learn – Whoa! Karthik Subbaraj to direct #Chiyaan60 that includes Chiyaan Vikram and son, Dhruv

Talking about how the climax of Petta had shades of Quentin Tarantino’s works, Subbaraj added, “I’d say I used to be impressed from Tarantino. I needed to have some moments there (within the climax), which we see in his movies. And I believe that is there in all his movies, be it Kill Invoice, or Django (Unchained), that large shootout in the long run. So, yeah positively it was there. And I all the time get impressed by Tarantino, Coen Brothers, Martin Scorsese. I like them al lot, I revere them.” Additionally Learn – WTF Wednesday: Multiplexes crying foul over movies releasing on OTT platforms is so hypocritical once they had no qualms working single screens to the bottom

Properly, fingers crossed that karthik Subbaraj directs Thalaivar Rajinikanth once more in Petta 2.

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