Director Bala has finally completed the shooting of Naan Kadavul. After filming for almost 300 days, the crew did some “patchwork” at AVM Studios on December 4th. They shot some leftover scenes and re-shot some scenes to better them or to correct them. The crew was in a party mood after completing the last schedule. It is believed that the film will finally hit the screens on Pongal. The filmmakers also plan to release the audio in December.
Bala’s Naan Kadavul tries to delve into minds that are highly unfathomable – like the minds of aghori sadhus who, scientifically speaking, live in an altered state of mind all the time. Just like the scientific community, Bala has always been curious and intrigued by people who have an “altered state of mind”.
Arya, the protagonist of Naan Kadavul, has worked as hard as Bala. Both these artists have been diligently working on this project for the past two years. In fact, Arya almost transformed himself into an aghori sadhu for this film – he grew his hair long and kept it unkempt, flowing beard, and it is reported that he even followed the austere lifestyle of a sadhu to make his character most realistic.
All this has gives filmgoers the impression that Bala might outdo his own Pithamagan this time, which has made them extremely eager to see the film.