Kalidas Jayaram Speaks About his Latest Releases

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Kalidas Jayaram, son of veteran actor Jayaram and Parvathy, did a few films as a child artist in Malayalam Industry. One of them, Ente Veedu Appuvinteyum in 2003 which had him the National Award for best child artist. Anticipating the release of Balaji Tharaneetharan’s Oru Pakka Kathai and Amudeshwar’s Meen Kuzhambum Mann Paanaiyum in Tamil, the young actor has presents pouring in already.

“I’m seeking to decide on interesting scripts and can are living up to the expectations of the audience,” he smiles, and adds that as a star kid, the stress is real. “I need to perform in and show myself. However I’m now not scared…Pressure makes me perform in better.”

The young actor desired his first lead position in a Tamil movie. “I Havee a visible Comm measure from Chennai. Though my mum and dad have done movies in Malayalam, I was raised right here,” he says. In Oru Pakka Kathai, he performs a college child. “It’s now not a commonplace rom-com. I needed to endure acting courses from Guru Somasundaram,” he shares.

His other Tamil movie Meen Kuzhambum… Is a feel good family entertainer, with Prabhu taking part in his father. “The movie can also be detailed since I got to share the screen with Kamal Haasan!”

Kalam Hassan performs a fish medical professional and seems in the course of the interval and in the direction of the climax. Many felt he permitted the function considering that of my father but the cause was once purely since of Sivaji Productions,” he says.

All praise for his co-superstar Ashna Zaveri, Kalidas lauds her efforts. “She used to practice her Tamil dialogues in the course of the night and got here ready the next day. We saved time and completed the whole thing early.”

Interestingly, he’s back to Mollywood in Abrid Shine’s Poomaram. “It’s a story focusing on the emotional aspect of a student. Many humans can relate to the story. But the challenge is that the Malayalam viewers nonetheless see me as a child…I must spoil that photograph,” he sighs.

Insisting that he is presently going with the flow, Kalidas says, “i am doing what I wish to. I’d love to be a part of special films in phrases of narrative styles, genres and scripts. I don’t want to do films for the heck of it,” he says.