Talking about that, in a recent interview, the film’s director R.S. Durai Senthilkumar said that Sneha was extremely dedicated to do justice to the film. Sneha was pregnant during the shooting of the movie and as training was required to learn the martial art, Sneha took efforts despite her pregnancy and gave her best which attracted many in the film.
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In an earlier interview before the release of the film, Sneha talked about her role in the film. She said, “All credit goes to Durai Senthilkumar, who came up with such a great role. For an artist to shine, the bigger responsibility always goes with the director’s ability to create an exceptional role and give it prominence. Especially, in a movie featuring an ace actor like Dhanush, I’m so happy that I got a pivotal role to perform. I thank my masters, who were really helpful in helping me pick up a few skills in the aesthetic martial arts form called Adimurai. I am so happy for being a part of a film that records our Tamil culture and tradition and shows how ‘Tamizhagam’ is the ‘Motherland of Martial Arts’. I thank Dhanush for giving such a huge space and ensuring that the female character gets its limelight, too.”
Sneha is currently shooting for the film titled Vaan also starring Dulquer Salmaan and directed by RA Karthick. Kalyani Priyadarshan, Priya Bhavani Shankar, and Kriti Kharbanda are also roped in to play important roles in the film. The cinematography of the film is handled by George C Williams while music is handled by Dheena Dhayalan.