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Just as filmmakers reveal one-line synopsis of their films, the very next moment, they would be surprised to find hundreds of buzz pertaining to it. Indeed, there have been times where the writer hadn"t completed the two page script and was surprised to see some of the media channels revealing the full-fledged story.
As a matter of fact, filmmaker P. Vasu experienced a similar situation with his film Kuselan, when he came across various articles focused on the film"s scenes that weren"t actually shot. Jocularly commenting over this issue, he said, “I must thank those writers, who shared their creative pieces as I felt like really adding them into this script. If situations demand, I"ll surely use them in my upcoming schedule."
It"s true that most of the Tamil film makers have had similar experiences and Surya"s upcoming film Businessman has its own take now.
Ever since the one-liner of this film (a film about a gangster from Chennai becoming a powerful don in Mumbai) was revealed by director Puri Jagannath, there have been a series of self-tailored synopsis buzzing in the airs. The latest in the bandwagon is that the film is based on one of the powerful gangsters of the late 60s, who had moved from Cuddalore district of Tamil Nadu to Mumbai.