‘Experimenting with looks’

Published: 21st December 2012 01:09 PM  |   Last Updated: 21st December 2012 01:09 PM   |  A+A-


Actor Suresh seems to be well prepared in his second innings in films. The actor, who enjoyed the lover-boy image in Tamil and was known for his action flicks in Telugu in 80s, loves to try varied characters now. “At that time, I couldn’t experiment too much with my look as a hero. But it doesn’t apply for me now,” says Suresh with a sigh of relief.

Once Suresh is told that he would be cast differently in a film, the actor takes the initiative to suggest different looks for him to the director. “That’s how I chose my look for the politician character in the upcoming film Puthagam,” he says.

Suresh also says that he makes a conscious effort to get into the character he plays. While Suresh plays Nakul’s father in the upcoming Naan Rajavaaga Pogiren, he is one of the three villains in Sattam Oru Iruttarai that has been slated for release this Friday. “This is my fourth film with director S A Chandrasekar and I’m lucky to be a part of the remake of a film, which created history 30 years before. Sneha, who has directed the newer version, is a potential talent and the lead actor Thaman is an amazing find,” says Suresh.

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