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By: Settu Shankar
Friday, November 16, 2007
Vijay said that his fans have not accepted the story of his latest releases Azhagiya Tamil Magan that is the reason for the films second position in the top 5 films. In an interview the actor said, "When director Bharathan had narrated the story to me, I realized that it is indeed a different story from the regular film stories. That is why I had accepted the movie. Even after the announcement of the film, I had told everyone that ATM is a totally different movie and that one should get ready to indeed to watch a different film from me. Now after the release, I agree that there was definitely a mixed response to it in the first three days of its release, but now after watching the film two or three times they have started appreciating the subject."
According to the actor, the producer of the movie and distributors worldwide are very happy about the box office result of ATM. But at the same time the actor refused to comment about the film 0 which gained the top spot in the Diwali race. "It's too early to adjudge the winner of Diwali race. Let us wait and watch. At the end of the second week, the picture will become very clear", Vijay says.
Vijay is very much satisfied too with the outcome of the music of the film. He said, "Definitely, the music of Rahman is the major plus point of ATM. Particularly the introductory song which is rocking the theaters in all over the world."