Speaking to News Today, Karthi says, "I thoroughly enjoyed working in Kadaikutty Singam. It speaks about family values and conveys a strong message".
Excerpts from his interview
You excelled in village-based themes like Paruthiveeran and Komban. Kadaikutty Singam promises a lot. How do you pull it off being an urban brought up?
Though I grew in city, I spent all my vacation time in my hometown, which thrives on agriculture. So, I managed a connect when I worked in those films. And I trust filmmakers like Pandiraj who ensure the nativity of villages are not lost in their movies. They moulded me well on screen.
The movie has three heroines. What is their part in the plot?
This is a family entertainer based on real-life experiences. The heroines including Sayeesha Sehgal and Priya Bhavani Sankar play the role of hero's cousins. They have a part to play in the script.
You play a farmer in this movie. How was the experience?
I visited my hometown often where cotton is cultivated in large scale. I have not seen paddy cultivation there. When Pandiraj sir asked me to step on to a paddy field and work, it was totally new experience for me. But, I loved it. I started to love farming. My be in future, I want to take up agriculture.
On sharing the screen with Sathyaraj.
We call him 'mama' all these years. This was a first time, I called him 'appa'. It was a pleasant experience for me to share the screen with Sathyaraj. The shooting went well and the end product has come good. I learnt a lot working with him.