Vetrimaran is one of the most wanted directors in the Indian film industry now. The sensational director joined Bollywood filmmaker Nitesh Tiwari for a conversation at the International Film Festival happening in Goa. The event titled The Director's Chair took place this morning with both the directors taking their seats. A lot of movie buffs made their presence to the event, to listen to some of the useful insights from the directors. Both the filmmakers also shared experiences about their movies. Also, both the directors helmed the movies from a variety of genres which is a unique quality.
"I don't write for others; Because if it doesn't go as you've imagined, it's a disappointment. When it came to Bhootnath Returns, I said in the very beginning that if I like the script, I’ll do it” shared Nitesh Tiwari in his conversation from the Director's Chair with Vetri Maaran.
On the other side, Vetri Maaran spoke about his movie Aadukalam that he did long back with Dhanush. “I can't relate to second-person narratives, so I decided to look logically at narratives, to make it as flawless as possible and let the protagonist & antagonist say their own story,” said the director about his concept of voiceovers in the movie.