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It's a good time to be Srikanth. First, he bagged the protagonist's role in National Award-winning cinematographer
K V Anand's debut film, Kana Kandein. And then he is the leading man in Fazil's new Tamil film, Oru Naal Oru Kanavu.

After storming into Tamil cinema as the young Rojakootam hero, Srikanth established himself as a consistent box-office performer. Though he could not replicate the kind of success his debut enjoyed, none of his films flopped miserably. He became what is called a 'safe bet' at the box-office.

In this interview with Shobha Warrier, he talks about his role as a PhD scholar in Kana Kandein, which releases on May 13.

It was during the shooting of Joot around ten months ago that producer A M Ratnam offered me this movie. When I heard the subject from K V Anand, I was just spellbound. It was very strong. It had a moral, a scope for performance and, as I heard him narrate the subject, there were two moments when I actually felt like crying.

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Text: Shobha Warrier | Design: Uday Kuckian



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