Prakash Raj, known for his versatile acting abilities was last seen in a Mani Ratnam film way back in 2002 when he played a cameo in the movie Kannathil Muthamittal. Now, the talented actor will once again be seen in Mani Ratnam's next untitled flick.
The actor tweeted "super super charged up" for the role confirming his inclusion in the star cast. He has also said that the script presented to him by the ace director is wonderful and the role offered to him is too good. The film's ace cinematographer PC Sreeram has also confirmed the news by stating that the "journey has started" which could well mean that the project has been kick started.
Prakash Raj has only done a few but prominent roles in Mani Ratnam's films. His role, gifted to him by the ace filmmaker in the 1997 political drama Iruvar won him the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor and proved to everyone that the actor could pull off powerful roles with ease.
Now that Prakash Raj himself has said that the role offered to him in Mani Ratnam's upcoming film is too good, it makes us wonder what kind of characterization the director has come up with for the multitalented actor.