Narayan Balances Comedy and Thrill

Actor Narayan, who will next be seen in Nimesh Varshan’s Thiranthidu Seese, says that the film is sure to strike a chord with youngsters.

Published: 19th May 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th May 2015 10:59 AM   |  A+A-

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Actor Narayan, who will next be seen in Nimesh Varshan’s Thiranthidu Seese says that the role is close to his heart. The actor, who has earlier starred in films like Oru Kal,  Oru Kannadi and Payanam, says, “The title of the movie personally is my favorite and something I’m proud to be part of  as the same is a dialogue used by my favourite actor MGR sir, when he portrayed the role of Ali Baba. Thiranthidu Seese is hence all the more closer to me.” Narayan adds that he likes the balance of comedy and thriller in the flick. “It’s a triangular comical thriller between Dhanshika, Veeravan Stalin and me.  The film is set inside a pub and I play Hussain, a bartender. What happens within one night forms the movie plot. I was more than happy to do it, as it showcases my acting skills,” he adds. Narayan says that the film is sure to strike a chord with youngsters. “Youngsters can easily connect with the film, as there is an equal dose of humour and thrill and a message in the end.”

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