After crossing lots of hurdles which arose due to the financial issues, the Vijay Sethupathi starrer Sindhubaadh is all set for a worldwide release on the 21st of June. This is the actor’s return to play the central hero in the proceedings, after experimenting with his roles over the past six months. At the press meet of the film which took place on Tuesday evening, Vijay Sethupathi praised music composer Yuvan Shankar Raja to the zeniths, saying that he has a personal angle to his music.
“I respect Yuvan a lot as a person. His music to me, is like a friend who will never backbite me and is always there for me. Be it his instruments or his composing style, his music feels like mine and there’s a personal connection to it. It was there for Ilaiyaraaja sir, and it is now there for Yuvan,” said the actor. The album of Sindhubaadh has four songs – Rockstar Robber is a peppy dance track while the rest of the songs are centred on the relationship between Vijay Sethupathi and Anjali in the film.
The USP of Sindhubaadh has been the inclusion of Vijay Sethupathi’s real-life son Suriya Sethupathi, who plays his onscreen son in the film. While the team could have easily proceeded with any other child artist, Vijay Sethupathi said that his son would have featured in the film even if he wasn’t. “Arun’s biggest plus is that he projects the protagonist in a positive shade. The women in his films are also portrayed very well. He is a person who relishes the sweet nothings in his life and reflects it in his films. These things have made him my close family friend, and that’s why I also decided to include a part of my family in the film by introducing my son. Even if I hadn’t acted in the film, my son would have surely retained his spot,” said the actor.Read More