Prior to the release of Kabali, superstar Rajinikanth was under pressure to deliver a hit as his previous outing Lingaa had tanked at the box office. The man who called the shots for Lingaa, has now said that Kabali is neither a Ranjith nor a Rajini film.
Speaking to Deccan Chronicle, Director KS Ravikumar revealed that he voiced his opinion about the gangster drama to Rajinikanth.
"I watched the movie and spoke to Rajini sir. I told him that 'Kabali' was neither a Rajini nor a Ranjith film. When I told him that the movie is a good don film and he has performed very well, he laughed in his inimitable way," he told the daily.
The Panchathantiram director, who is awaiting the release of Mudinja Ivana Pudi, has said his films are usually fabricated keeping his audiences in mind.
"Right from the beginning of my career, I kept audiences in mind and even during the scripting stage. I incorporate the ideas of my assistants as well," he has said.
Starring Sudeep and Nithya Menon in the lead, Mudinja Ivana Pudi hits the screen this Friday (Aug 12).