Sivakarthikeyan, who is awaiting the release of his next film Rajini Murugan on September 17th, says the film will showcase a different side of Madurai which Tamil cinema has forgotten. “People don’t seem to realise that Madurai has a totally different side to it — a softer, passive side that brims with joy and affection. Moi ezhudhardhu, koottu kudumbam, morapponnu-morappaiyan kalyanam” says Siva.
“In Rajini Murugan, we talk about a joint family in Madurai. There’s a lovely track about my friendship with my grandfather (Rajkiran). It’s quite unlike Madurai as you’ve seen it in other films,” adds Sivakarthikeyan who is gearing up to start his next big-ticket project in October.