"I call him Mr. Steel. I have no words to explain Vikram's dedication. He has been dubbing back-to-back in three languages and is very tired now. Yet, he has turned up dressed well and smiling. He is one of the nicest humans I have known." This is what Shankar had to say about the hero of his upcoming dream.
'I' is scheduled to release on Pongal and in the meanwhile, the director of the film is releasing yet another interesting project - 'Kappal'. At the audio launch of 'Kappal', Shankar elaborated on the celebrities' humility and his hopes on 'I'.
Thanking Vikram, Vijay and AR Rahman, who had all taken part in the function, for their presence, Shankar expressed how humbled he is by their willingness to come to this function, despite their busy schedule. Speaking on 'I', the director said "Vikram has put in tremendous efforts for the film.
I observe him dub and I'm amazed by his dedication; he has to speak in three different voices. Such vast variations during dubbing sessions leaves his throat jammed and incapable to speak after the schedule. Yet, he recoups quickly. He literally holds his throat tightly to dub for the character of 'Kooni'.
I am thankful I have an actor like him as my hero. At least for the sake of Vikram and his dedication, 'I' should be a success."
Credits : IndiaGlitz.com