I am indebted to Tamil cinema, says Atul KulkarniJun 28, 2012 PGV
“I am indebted to Tamil cinema,” Atul Kulkarn said at the ‘Suzhal’ audio release function in Chennai. L.V. Ganesan scored the music.
Atul plays an important role in this film directed by R. Jayakumar and produced by Whyte Infotainment. Besides Prathap K. Pothen, Nizhalgal Ravi and Nasser, four new faces, Farish, Charutha, Rosin and Jyothi have been introduced in the film.
Addressing the invitees at the function, Atul said Kamal Haasan had introduced him in ‘Hey Ram’. Though he is now acting in many languages, acting in a film in Tamil
gave him the feeling that it was his own language.”I am greatly indebted to Tamil cinema as it has provided me with opportunities to showcase my talent.”
Atul said he had worked with youngsters in ‘Suzhal’ and this was a new experience. Spectacular movies were being made in Kollywood. “ Tamil technicians are giving films that make people turn and look at Indian cinema. I hope Suzhal is one of such films.”
Produce’s Council secretary Thenappan, treasurer Kalaipuli Thanu and editor Lenin were among others who participated in the function. Suzhal director R.Jayakumar proposed a vote of thanks.
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