Mumbai, November 10 (CINEWS): As the Kamal Haasan-starrer Thoongavanam, a thriller coordinated by Rajesh M Selva, is discharging today, we converse with Aman Abdullah who plays Kamal’s child in the motion picture. The 13-year-old, an understudy of Sherwood High, smiles when gotten some information about his initially meeting with the Ulaganayagan. “At to start with, I was entirely apprehensive. He’s such a major star. Be that as it may, as the shoot went on, the more I saw him, the more he continued conversing with me.
He’s such an astonishing performer! What’s more, I wasn’t apprehensive anymore; it showed signs of improvement after some time,” says the little man. Furthermore, when asked who is his top choice — Kamal Haasan or Rajinikanth — without thinking twice he says ‘Kamal Haasan’.
Thoongavanam is Aman’s presentation film. “I act in a great deal of plays in schools and my dramatizations instructor enjoyed the way I act. He thought I was decent at it. In this way, when he saw a commercial on Facebook for the part, my educator quickly said ‘I know a kid, ideal for this’. That is the way I went for the tryout. Executive Rajesh sir arrived and he tried me on an assortment of things — gave me circumstances to act in, etc,” Aman lets us know. What’s more, how was the experience? “It was an impact! I truly appreciate acting and ideally I will get more parts later on. Alternate on-screen characters were so astonishing and neighborly. Trisha and Madhu Shalini were truly kind. Everyone on the set carries on like a family,” he says, including, “They were entirely planned and recognized what they needed to do, their obligations. It was so decent to see and be a piece of that,” he said.