The actress who is doing her first bilingual Nimirnthu Nil laughs as she confesses to sify.com that it is fun to shoot for two languages with different heroes. “After romancing with Jayam Ravi, I have to repeat the scene with Nani and initially it was amusing, as I even told my director that it feels weird as though I`m two-timing”.
Amala Paul is all praise for Samuthirakani and adds: “He knows exactly what he wants and pushes you till he gets the best shot. I love working with such directors as it brings the best in you. We already shot in some lush green locations in a forest area near Chalakudy and Goa that reminded me of my Mynaa days. Though I play a modern character, the milieu was the same and the cameraman of Nimirnthu Nil is M. Sukumar who did Mynna”.