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Vettaikkarans villain speaks out

IndiaGlitz [Tuesday, December 22, 2009]
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For those who had wondered while watching 'Vettaikkaran' as to who is this menacing villain, he is Ravishankar, the brother of popular Telugu actor Saikumar. For those who need additional information about him, he is the owner of the deadly voice 'Arundhatheeee....' in the Anushka starrer that created waves a few months ago.

A popular dubbing artiste, Ravishankar had given voice in more than 2,300 films. He had even won a State award from the Tamil Nadu government for his performance in 'Dhil', apart from other accolades from various quarters.

"One day, director Babu Sivan saw me in a dubbing studio. He wanted me to play the role in 'Vettaikkaran' on seeing my hairstyle and body language. I initially had apprehensions to cross swords with Vijay as he has a huge fan following here. But things went on all and everyone is lauding me now," he says.

On the requisite of a villain, he says, "Many say my menacing looks and mannerisms added value to the character I did. But I feel that an actor who is playing a baddie should have a positive attitude more than anything else to do the role."

Happy about being a dubbing artiste, Ravishankar says, "It was the profession that fed me for the past 15 years. I am proud to be a dubbing artiste and would continue my work."

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