After nearly two years of shooting, the director has relieved Arya, the hero of Naan Kadavul for Vishnu's project Sarvam, but with a condition. He should not open his mouth about the film to anyone including his family members.
Now, the post production works are going jet speed at Prasad. Meanwhile, in an interview to a Tamil weekly, Bala revealed some shocking details about the film. Earlier Oneindia.in carried a report on the film's basic that it dealt with cannibalism and the gore side of Sadhus. Now, the director also admitted the same and told that there will be something about cannibalism in the climax.
According to him, the film is based on the life and times of gory Sadhus, who are said to be cannibals surviving on the dead on the banks of Ganges at Kasi and other holy places. There have been rumours in Tamil Cinema that there are scenes of Arya an Agory Sadhu consuming Pooja's dead body in the climax.
Fearing whether the censors will clear, the film has shot an alternative climax scene, Bala also shot an alternate climax for the film.