With just two days left for Sivakarthikeyan's Kaaki Sattai to make its way into many cinema halls, the Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam actor has spoken about how he honed his acting skills. Siva has confessed that mimicking stars like Rajinikanth and Dhanush right from his college days has had a major impact to the way he acts.
Since he was a mimicry artist, that very skill helped him to learn the subtlety of acting, according to the actor with the boy next door looks. Interestingly, he has also revealed that while mimicking different stars, their characteristics might be inherited without one's knowledge.
Sivakarthikeyan thinks that since he was into the field of mimicry, his actions on the big screen could look like he's been trying to copy Rajinikanth or Dhanush's style while he just tries to be as real as he can be.
No one is complaining about his acting skills at the moment as he's been delivering back to back hits and going by the number of screens that will display Kaaki Sattai all over the world come this Friday, looks like Sivakarthikeyan's dream run will continue for days to come.
Kaaki Sattai is also Siva's biggest release so far and if the film does well at the box office, it could easily elevate the actor's market in the industry and could also give him a new identity as an action hero. The film is directed by RS Durai Senthilkumar of Ethir Neechal fame and once again the music has been composed by Anirudh.