Nakul is excited about his character in the upcoming romantic-comedy Sei. So much so, that he believes the role he has taken up will shown him in a new light.
"My role in 'Sei' will be in total contrast to what I played in 'Tamizhuku En Ondrai Azhuthavam'. I'll be shown in a new light, in a new avatar and I'm sure audiences will love it," Nakul, who plays a wannabe actor, told IANS.
"This project will be a turning point in my career, and it's going to be a very different experience for me. I play 'Saravedi' Saravana, and he's the most exaggerated version of an aspiring actor. It's a very loud, colourful character and it was so much fun playing it," he added.
Helmed by Raj Babu, the film is set to hit the big screen this November.
"Apart from the fact that I got to work with a very talented and young team, I was really excited to share screen space with Prakash Raj sir. Initially, I was very anxious to act alongside him. My first scene with him was the climax and I kept wondering how I can match such a perfectionist with my performance," he said.
However, Prakash proved to be a friendly co-star and Nakul is happy that he got to learn from him, few tricks of the trade.
"Once the camera starts rolling, we're all actors. I just focused on my part and everything automatically fell in place. Prakash sir was very friendly and down-to-earth. There's so much I got to learn from him," he said.