Recollecting a few bitter experiences while working in Uttama Villain, Nassar revealed that out of many movies that he has done so far, the Kamal Haasan starrer will be remembered forever.
The bitter experience Nassar had to recollect was his son's unfortunate car crash that took place near Mahabalipuram which killed three of his friends on the spot. Nassar's son Faizal underwent a surgery and later recovered completely.
Talking about how he decided to go back to the sets of Uttama Villain while his son was struggling for his life Nassar said, "I wanted to go back to the set and act as I couldn't stay at the hospital."
Recollecting Kamal's contribution in these horrid times the Thevar Magan actor said, "Since I wanted to distract myself from the accident, I wanted to act. Kamal sir made sure that happened even though my character had nothing to do with that day's schedule."
"The next day, a whole set was erected just because of me and he(Kamal) lost lakhs of rupees just to accommodate my character when initially my portions weren't scheduled on that particular day," said Nassar as he tried hard to control his tears from rolling over.
Uttama Villain is scheduled to be released on April 10th. The film which stars K Balachander, Pooja Kumar, Andrea and Parvathy in prominent roles is directed by Ramesh Aravind.
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